AB, Emory University, Atlanta, 1956. Master of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1971.
Administrative assistant, Congressman George Huddleston, Junior, Washington, 1959-1963; chief clerk and study director, United States House of Representatives Select Committee on Government Research, Washington, 1963-1965; executive secretary commission on sponsored research, American Council on Education, Washington, 1965-1967; associate director/acting director, President Comm. on White House Fellows, Washington, 1967-1969; consultant on education, 1969-1971; founding faculty health policy program, University of California, San Francisco, 1972-1977; vice president, Aspen Institute, New York City, 1977-1984; senior associate, Kettering Foundation, Washington, 1984-1988; president, National Peace Foundation, Washington, since 1988; chairman, National Peace Foundation, Washington, since 1996.
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Board directors Washington Performing Arts Society, 1985-1992, Friends of the The National Library of Medicine, Washington, since 1985. Honorary trustee, former chairman Choral Arts Society of Washington. Board directors Washington Concert Opera, since 1990.
Member Association of History of Medicine, Cosmos Club.
Married Tamara Diana Gunsard, June 15, 1962 (deceased 1989).