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Thomas Miles Tracy, American International health organization official. Recipient Superior Honor award Department State, 1978. Trustee, vice chairman Chelsea School With United States Army, 1959-1960. Member American Foreign Svc. Association (director) 1970-1972), American Foreign Svc. Protective Association (director) since 1988, vice president since 1997), American Foreign Svc. Protective Foundation (secretary, treasurer).


Tracy, Thomas Miles was born on July 8, 1936 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Thomas Paul and Marion (Miles) Tracy.


Bachelor of Arts, Colgate University, 1958;Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1959;Master of Business Administration, Columbia University, 1973.


Foreign service officer Department State, Washington, 1960-1984. Counselor American Embassy, Moscow, 1975-1978, Bonn, Germany, 1978-1979. Assistant secretary Department State, Washington, 1979-1983.

Chief administration Pan American/World Health Organization, 1983-1998. Management consultant Department State, since 2003. Vice president Pan-American Health and Education Foundation, treasurer.


Trustee, vice chairman Chelsea School, 1988-2004. With United States Army, 1959-1960. Member of American Foreign Service Protective Foundation (secretary, treasurer), American Foreign Service Protective Association (director since 1988, vice president 1997—2005, president since 2005), American Foreign Service Association (director 1970-1972).


Married June Betts, June 17, 1967. Children: Miles Christopher, Keir Thomas John.