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    • Aaron, David L., Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
    • Abshire, David M., chairman, Board for International Broadcasting, from 1975 until 1977; member, Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy (Murphy Commission)
    • Alger, Chadwick, Professor of Political Science, The Ohio State University, associated with the Kettering Foundation’s “Columbus and the World” project
    • Ali, Muhammad, American boxer
    • Ailey, Alvin, dancer and choreographer; founder, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
    • Anderson, Mary Jane, Executive Secretary, Association for Library Service to Children and co-coordinator, USICA Books and Broadcasting for Children international symposium
    • Arbatov, Georgiy, Director, Institute of U.S. and Canadian Studies, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow
    • Armacost, Michael H., member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until 1977; member, National Security Council Staff for East Asia and China from January 1977 until July 1978; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for East Asia, Pacific, and Inter-American Affairs from July 1978 until January 1980; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs from January 1980
    • Ashmore, Harry, Pulitzer-Prize winning American journalist
    • Atherton, Alfred L., Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs until April 13, 1978; U.S. Ambassador at Large from April 11, 1978, until May 22, 1979; U.S. Ambassador to Egypt from July 2, 1979
    • Baker, Howard, Senator (R-Tennessee)
    • Bandler, Donald K., Office of African Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State; later, Congressional Relations Officer, Office of Inter-African Affairs, Bureau of African Affairs, Department of State
    • Barnes, Martha, Children’s Services Consultant, Westchester County Library System, New York; U.S. participant, USICA Books and Broadcasting for Children international symposium
    • Barrett, Edward W., Dean, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University
    • Bastian, Walter M., Jr., Associate Director for Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency; Deputy Director for Policy and Plans until mid-1977
    • Bayh, Birch, Senator (D-Indiana); member, Senate Judiciary Committee on the Constitution
    • Beecham, Charles R. (Bob), Assistant Director, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency, until mid-1978
    • Bennet, Douglas J., Jr., Staff Director, Senate Budget Committee, until 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Affairs from March 18, 1977, until August 2, 1979; thereafter Administrator of the Agency for International Development
    • Bennett, William Tapley Jr., former U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic during the Johnson administration and former U.S. Ambassador to Portugal during the Johnson and Nixon administrations; U.S. Ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, from April 26, 1977
    • Benson, Lucy Wilson, Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs (after August 22, 1977, Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology), from March 28, 1977, until January 5, 1980
    • Berger, Samuel R. (Sandy), member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, from 1977 until 1979; thereafter Deputy Director, Policy Planning Staff
    • Bernays, Edward L., President, Edward L. Bernays Foundation
    • Bernstein, Leonard, American composer and conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra
    • Biddle, Livingston L., Jr., Chair, National Endowment for the Arts
    • Biester, Edward G., Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-Pennsylvania), until January 3, 1977
    • Biden, Joseph R., Jr., Senator (D-Delaware)
    • Blackburn, Paul P., III, Inspector, Office of Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency; Senior Planning Officer, Issues and Plans Staff, Office of Policy and Plans; Senior Planning Officer, Issues and Plans Staff, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978; Chief, Fast Policy Guidance Staff, Policy Staffs, Associate Directorate for Programs, from 1979
    • Blair, William D., Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs
    • Bloch, Julia Chang, chief minority counsel, Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs until 1977; Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, Africa, United States Information Agency; Deputy Director, Office of the Director for African Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978
    • Blume, Wilbur, Educational Programs Officer, Office of Assistant Director, Motion Pictures and Television Service, United States Information Agency; thereafter Communication and Media Program Officer, Private Sector Programs Division, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Blumenthal, W. Michael, Secretary of the Treasury from January 23, 1977, until August 4, 1979
    • Boorstin, Daniel J., historian; Librarian of Congress
    • Bradshaw, James, Press and Cultural counselor, U.S. Embassy in Warsaw
    • Brann, Eva T.H., tutor, St. John’s College; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Bray, Charles W., III, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until 1977; Deputy Director, United States Information Agency and U.S. International Communication Agency; Chairman, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Brement, Marshall, Political Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Madrid from 1977 until 1979; member, National Security Council Staff for USSR/East Europe Affairs, from May 1979 until January 1981
    • Bremer, L. Paul, III (Jerry), Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Oslo until 1979; thereafter Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State
    • Brewster, Kingman, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom from June 3, 1977
    • Brezhnev, Leonid I., General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
    • Brooks, Jack B., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Texas)
    • Brown, Carroll, Chargé d’Affaires, U.S. Embassy in Warsaw
    • Brown, Harold, Secretary of Defense
    • Brzezinski, Zbigniew, adviser to Jimmy Carter during the 1976 campaign; thereafter Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
    • Buchanan, John Hall, Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-Alabama) until January 3, 1981
    • Burger, Warren E., Chief Justice of the United States
    • Burke, J. Herbert, member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-Florida) until January 3, 1979
    • Burnett, Stanton H., Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Rome until 1978; Director of Research, Office of Research and Evaluation (changed to Office of Research in 1979), Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1980; Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Rome from 1980
    • Burns, James MacGregor, Professor of Government, Williams College and biographer of Franklin D. Roosevelt; later President of the American Political Science Association
    • Burress, Richard T., lawyer; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Butler, Landon, Deputy Assistant to the President
    • Byrd, Robert C., Senator (D-West Virginia); Senate Majority Leader
    • Caddell, Patrick H. (Pat), public opinion pollster
    • Cage, John, American composer, music theorist, and performer
    • Callaghan, Lord James, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom until May 4, 1979
    • Cannon, Mark, Special Assistant to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
    • Capra, Frank, American film director, producer and writer
    • Carter, Alan, Assistant Director, Public Information, United States Information Agency until 1977; Associate Director, Office of Policy and Plans (title changed to Deputy Associate Director in late 1977 or early 1978); Acting Deputy Associate Director, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from spring 1978; Deputy Associate Director, Associate Directorate for Programs, from mid-1978 until 1979; thereafter, Director for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; member, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Carter, James Earl, Jr. (Jimmy), President of the United States from January 20, 1977, until January 20, 1981
    • Carter, Rosalynn, First Lady from January 20, 1977, until January 20, 1981
    • Carter, W. Hodding, III, Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Department Spokesman from March 25, 1977, until June 30, 1980
    • Case, Clifford P., Senator (R-New Jersey) until January 3, 1979
    • Castro Ruz, Fidel, President of the Council of State and President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba
    • Chatten, Robert L., Assistant Director, Latin America, United States Information Agency from 1977 until 1978; Director for American Republics Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency from 1978 until 1979
    • Chapman, Christian A., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until 1978; thereafter, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Paris
    • Christopher, Warren M., Deputy Secretary of State from February 26, 1977, until January 16, 1981
    • Church, Frank F., Senator (D-Idaho); Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee from January 3, 1979
    • Clark, Richard C. (Dick), Senator (D-Iowa) until January 3, 1979; Ambassador at Large and U.S. Coordinator for Refugee Affairs from May 1 until November 1, 1979
    • Cohen, Richard L., Executive Assistant, Office of the Director, United States Information Agency and U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Conover, Willis C., Jr., host, Voice of America Jazz Hour
    • Costanza, Margaret (Midge), Assistant to the President for Public Liaison until September 1, 1978
    • Crespi, Leo P., Deputy Chief for Planning, Attitude and Audience Research Division, Office of Research, United States Information Agency; Deputy Chief for Planning, Attitude and Audience Research Division, Office of Policy and Plans, spring 1978; Deputy Chief, Planning, Office of Research and Evaluation (changed to Office of Research in 1979), Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from mid-1978 until 1979; Senior Research Adviser, Office of Research, Associate Directorate for Programs, from 1979
    • Critchlow, James, Planning and Research Officer, Board for International Broadcasting
    • Curran, Robert Theodore (R.T. or Ted), Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Kabul until 1977; Acting Associate Director, Office of Management, United States Information Agency, from early 1978; Acting Associate Director, Management, U.S. International Communication Agency, from early 1978 until mid 1978; Associate Director from mid 1978 until 1979; Director for North African, Near Eastern, and South Asian Affairs from 1979
    • Curtiss, Richard H., Deputy Assistant Director (North Africa and Near East), Office of Assistant Director, North Africa, Near East, South Asia, United States Information Agency; thereafter Deputy Director (Near East/North Africa), Office of the Director for North African, Near Eastern, and South Asian Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Cutler, Lloyd N., White House Counsel from 1979 until 1981
    • Day, Arthur R., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
    • Dalsimer, Anthony S., Office of African Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State
    • Deng Xiaoping (Teng Hsiao-p’ing), PRC Deputy Premier from 1952 until 1967; Vice Premier of State Council from 1973 until 1974; thereafter, Vice Premier
    • Derian, Patricia Murphy (Patt), Coordinator for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Office of the Deputy Secretary of State, from June 10, 1977, until August 17, 1977; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs until January 19, 1981
    • Diggs, Charles C. Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Michigan), until June 3, 1980
    • Dizard, Wilson P., Jr., Chief, Planning and Program Advisory Staff, Office of Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency
    • Dobelle, Evan S., U.S. Chief of Protocol, from 1977 until 1978
    • Dodson, Christine, Deputy Staff Secretary, National Security Council, until May 1977; Staff Secretary, National Security Council, from May 1977
    • Donovan, John, Executive Secretary, Children’s Book Council
    • Duffey, Joseph D., member, Carter-Mondale transition team; Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs from April 8, 1977, until March 21, 1978; thereafter Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities
    • Dulles, John Foster, Secretary of State from January 21, 1953, until April 22, 1959
    • Durham, Deborah, Executive Editor of “The New Voice,” produced by WGBH– TV; U.S. participant, USICA Books and Broadcasting for Children international symposium
    • Dussault, Phil, International Affairs Division, Office of Management and Budget
    • Eban, Abba, former Israeli Foreign Minister
    • Edwards, William Donlon (Don), member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-California); member, House Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights
    • Eisenhower, Dwight D., President of the United States, from January 20, 1953, until January 20, 1961
    • Eisenhower, Milton S., President Emeritus, Johns Hopkins University; member, Presidential Study Commission on International Radio Broadcasting (Eisenhower Commission)
    • Eisele, Albert A., Press Secretary to the Vice President
    • Eizenstat, Stuart E., President’s Assistant for Domestic Affairs and Policy and Executive Director of the Domestic Council
    • Engle, Harold E., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Research, United States Information Agency and also acting Assistant Director for Research; Deputy Assistant Director, Research, Office of Policy and Plans, from early 1978; Acting Assistant Director, Office of Research and Evaluation (changed to Office of Research in 1979), Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency from 1978 until 1979
    • Erb, Guy F., member, National Security Council Staff for International Economics, from September 1977 until January 1980; thereafter, Deputy Director of the International Development Cooperation Agency
    • Ermarth, Fritz, member, National Security Council Staff for Defense Coordination, from September 1978 until November 1980
    • Evans, Rowland, syndicated columnist
    • Ewalt, Larry, Office of Assistant Director, Motion Pictures and Television Service, United States Information Agency
    • Fallows, James, White House Chief Speechwriter from 1977 until 1979; thereafter Washington Editor, The Atlantic Monthly
    • Fascell, Dante B., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Florida)
    • Fasick, J.K., Director, International Division, General Accounting Office
    • Ferre, Maurice, mayor of Miami
    • Finch Hoyt, Mary, Press Secretary to the First Lady and East Wing Coordinator
    • Ford, Gerald R., President of the United States from August 9, 1974, until January 20, 1977
    • Forster, Clifton B., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific, United States Information Agency, until 1977; thereafter Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Tokyo
    • Foster, William C., Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, from October 6, 1961, until December 31, 1969
    • Frankel, Charles, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs from September 15, 1965, until December 31, 1967; Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University and Director, National Humanities Center, until 1979
    • Franklin, John Hope, Professor of History, University of Chicago; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs from 1979
    • Fraser Miller, Cynthia J., Special Assistant to the Director, United States Information Agency and U.S. International Communication Agency until mid-1978
    • Fraser, J. Malcolm, Prime Minister of Australia
    • Free, Lloyd A., Director, Institute for International Social Research, Princeton University
    • Frelinghuysen, Peter H.B., member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-New Jersey)
    • Friendly, Alfred, Jr., Newsweek and The New York Times correspondent; member, National Security Council Staff, Press and Congressional Liaison Office and National Security Council Press Officer, from March 1980 until January 1981
    • Fulbright, J. William, former Senator (D-Arkansas) and Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    • Fuller, Buckminster, American architect
    • Funk, Gerald (Jerry), member, National Security Council Staff for North/South Affairs, from December 1978 until January 1981
    • Gallup, George H. Chairman, American Institute of Public Opinion (The Gallup Poll); member, U.S. Advisory Commission on Information
    • Gallup, George H. Jr., President, American Institute of Public Opinion (The Gallup Poll)
    • Gardner, Richard N., adviser to Jimmy Carter during the 1976 presidential campaign; U.S. Ambassador to Italy from March 21, 1977
    • Garrison, Mark J., Director, Office of Soviet Union Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, from 1974 to 1978; thereafter, Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Moscow
    • Gates, Robert M., Special Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs from April until December 1979
    • Giddens, Kenneth R., Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service (Voice of America), United States Information Agency from 1969 until 1977
    • Giscard d’Estaing, Valéry, President of France
    • Glass, Michael A., General Counsel, United States Information Agency and U.S. International Communication Agency from 1978
    • Glenn, John, Senator (D-Ohio)
    • Griffin, Robert P., Senator (R-Michigan) until January 2, 1979; also Republican Whip until 1977
    • Griffith, William E., Professor of Government, Tufts University and MIT; adviser to Zbigniew Brzezinski
    • Gromyko, Andrei A., Soviet Foreign Minister and Member of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
    • Gronouski, John A., Postmaster General of the United States, from 1963 until 1965; U.S. Ambassador to Poland from 1965 until 1968; founding Dean, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, from 1969 until 1974; Professor of economics and public affairs, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, from 1969; member, Presidential Study Commission on International Radio Broadcasting (Eisenhower Commission), from 1972 until 1973; member and chairman, Board for International Broadcasting, from 1977 until 1981
    • Guillion, Edmund A., Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; member, Presidential Study Commission on International Radio Broadcasting (Eisenhower Commission); member, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel)
    • Habib, Philip C., Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs from September 27, 1974, until June 30, 1976; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from June 30, 1976, until April 1, 1978; thereafter Senior Adviser to the Secretary of State on Caribbean Issues; also acting Secretary of State, January 1977
    • Hackley, Anthony, Planning and Program Advisory Staff, Office of Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency; later, program development officer, Office of Program Coordination and Development, Associate Directorate for Programs, U. S. International Communication Agency
    • Halsema, James J., Chief, Research Review Staff, Office of Research, United States Information Agency; Technology Planning Staff, Office of Management; Technology Adviser, Management Staffs, Associate Directorate of Management, U.S. International Communication Agency until 1979
    • Halstead, Thomas A., public affairs adviser, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; member, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Hanks, Nancy, Chair, National Endowment for the Arts until 1977
    • Hanson, Joseph O., Advisor for National Security, Planning and Program Advisory Staff, Office of Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency
    • Harley, William G., former President, National Association of Educational Broadcasters; former Director, Joint Council on Educational Telecommunications; former Chairman, Mass Communications Commission; member, U.S. Delegation to the 19th UNESCO General Conference, 1976
    • Harrop, William C., U.S. Ambassador to Guinea until July 15, 1977; Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs from July 1977 until May 1980; U.S. Ambassador to Kenya from July 10, 1980
    • Hartman, Arthur A., Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from January 8, 1974, until June 8, 1977; U.S. Ambassador to France from July 7, 1977; also acting Secretary of State, February 1977
    • Hatch, Orrin, Senator (R-Utah)
    • Hauser, Rita E., lawyer; member, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel); member and Vice Chair, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs, until 1977; member, Board for International Broadcasting
    • Haviland, Virginia, Director, Children’s Literature Center, Library of Congress
    • Hays, John S., Chairman, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and ex officio member, Board for International Broadcasting
    • Hedges, John L., Assistant Director, Africa, United States Information Agency; Director for African Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1980
    • Heil, Alan L., Jr., Chief, News and Current Affairs, Office of Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency; Chief, News and Current Affairs, Office of Programs, Associate Directorate for Broadcasting, U.S. International Communication Agency from 1978
    • Henze, Paul B., member, Intelligence Coordination Cluster, National Security Council Staff
    • Hill, H. Kenneth, Regional Affairs and Country Reports, Office of Human Rights, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State, until 1978; management analyst, Bureau of Management Operations, from 1978 until 1980; Deputy Director, Office of Security Assistance and Foreign Military Sales, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, from 1980
    • Hinton, Deane R., Representative to the European Communities until December 3, 1979; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs from January 4, 1980
    • Hirschhorn, Eric L., acting director, International Affairs, Office of Management and Budget; member, President’s Reorganization Project staff
    • Hitchcock, William K., Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs until 1978; also Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs during part of 1977 and 1978
    • Hite, Richard R., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Interior for Planning, Budget, and Evaluation until 1979; Deputy Associate Director for Intergovernmental Affairs, Office of Management and Budget, from 1979 until 1981
    • Holbrook, Hal, American actor known for his portrayal of Mark Twain
    • Holbrooke, Richard C., Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs from March 31, 1977, until January 13, 1981
    • Hopper, Pauline, Chief, Program Resources Division, Office of International Visitors Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until March 1978; Chief, Community Relations Branch, Office of Institutional Relations, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency from March 1978
    • Hormats, Robert D., member, National Security Council Staff for International Economics until 1977; Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs from 1977 until 1979; Deputy Special Representative for Trade Negotiations from October 1979
    • Horton, Frank J., member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York)
    • Huang Chen (Huang Zhen), Chief of the PRC Liaison Office in the United States until November 1977; thereafter, Minister of Culture
    • Huang Hua, PRC Foreign Minister
    • Humphrey, Hubert H., Jr., Vice President of the United States from January 20, 1965, until January 20, 1969; Senator (DFL-Minnesota) from January 1971 until his death on January 13, 1978
    • Humphrey, Muriel B., Senator (DFL-Minnesota) from January 25 until November 7, 1978
    • Hunter, Robert E., member, National Security Council Staff for West Europe Affairs, from January 1977 until August 1979; member, Middle East/North Africa Cluster, from September 1979 until January 1981
    • Huntington, Samuel P., member, National Security Council Staff for National Security Planning, from February 1977 until August 1978; thereafter, Director, Harvard University Center for International Affairs
    • Huntoon, Elizabeth, Children’s Services Specialist, Chicago Public Library; U.S. participant, USICA Books and Broadcasting for Children international symposium
    • Hutcheson, Richard G. III, White House Staff Secretary
    • Inderfurth, Karl F. (Rick), Special Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs from January 1977 until April 1979; Deputy Staff Director, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, from 1979 until 1981
    • Ilchman, Alice S., Dean of the College, Wellesley College, until March 1978; Associate Director for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from March 1978
    • Inman, Jerry, Chief, Private Sector Programs Division, Office of Institutional Relations, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from late 1978 until 1980; thereafter, Director, Office of Private Sector Programs, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Inouye, Daniel K., Senator (D-Hawaii)
    • Jamieson, Donald, Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs until 1979
    • Jagoda, Barry, media adviser, Carter-Mondale campaign, 1976; thereafter Special Assistant to the President for Media and Public Affairs
    • Javits, Jacob K., Senator (R-New York) until January 3, 1981
    • Jenkins, Kempton B., Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations and Legislative Officer for Nuclear Non-Proliferation until 1978; staff member, Foreign Service Institute, from 1978 until 1980; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for East-West Trade from 1980; also Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations from 1976 until 1977
    • John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla), Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church and Sovereign of Vatican City from October 16, 1978
    • Johnson, Lyndon Baines, President of the United States from November 22, 1963, until January 20, 1969
    • Jones, William M., General Counsel, U.S. House Committee on Government Operations
    • Jordan, Hamilton, Chair, Carter-Mondale campaign 1976; Assistant to the President from 1977 until July 1979; White House Chief of Staff from July 1979 until June 1980
    • Kahan, Jerome, Deputy Director, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State; member, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Kaiser, Robert G., reporter, The Washington Post
    • Kane, Robert, Director of Athletics, Cornell University, until 1976; President, U.S. Olympic Committee from 1977 until 1981
    • Katzir, Ephraim, President of Israel until 1978
    • Kennedy, John F., President of the United States from January 20, 1961, until November 22, 1963
    • Kilpatrick, Clayton, Editor, Chicago Tribune; member, U.S. Delegation to the 19th UNESCO General Conference, 1976; member, American Newspaper Publishers Association World Press Freedom Development Committee, from 1977
    • Kissinger, Henry A., former Secretary of State and Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs during the Nixon and Ford administrations
    • Kohler, Foy D. former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union during the Kennedy administration; member, Board for International Broadcasting
    • Kopp, Eugene P., Deputy Director, United States Information Agency until 1976; acting Director, from 1976 until 1977
    • Kraft, Timothy E., Special Assistant to the President for Appointments until May 1978; thereafter, Assistant to the President for Political Affairs and Personnel until August 1979
    • Lake, W. Anthony (Tony), Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State
    • Lance, Thomas Bertram, Director of the Office of Management and Budget from January 24, 1977, until September 24, 1977
    • Larrabee, F. Stephen, member, National Security Council Staff for USSR/East Europe Affairs, from September 1978 until January 1981
    • Leach, James A.S., member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs; member, U.S. House of Representatives (R–Iowa) from January 3, 1977
    • Lederer, Leon, Staff Director, Office of Assistant Director, Europe, United States Information Agency
    • Lewinsohn, Jodie, Assistant Director, Europe, United States Information Agency; Director of European Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency until 1979
    • Lewis, Art, Director of African Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1980
    • Lewis, Flora, foreign and diplomatic correspondent, The New York Times
    • Lewis, Hobart, Reader’s Digest Chairman and Editor-in-Chief; member, Executive Committee, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel); Chair, U. S. Advisory Commission on Information, from 1977 until 1978
    • Linowitz, Sol M., Ambassador-at-Large and Co-Negotiator, Panama Canal Treaties; Chairman, Presidential Commission on World Hunger; Personal Representative of the President from 1980
    • Lipshutz, Robert J., White House Counsel from 1977 until 1979
    • Liu, Theodore, Special Assistant to the Deputy Director, United States Information Agency and U.S. International Communication Agency until late 1979
    • Long, Loretta, American educator and actor, Sesame Street
    • Lopez Portillo, Jose, President of Mexico
    • Lowenstein, Allard K., former member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York) and head of Americans for Democratic Action; consultant to the Department of state; head of the U.S. Delegation to the 32nd United Nations Human Rights Commission meeting, from February until March 1977; alternate U.S. Representative to the United Nations for Special Political Affairs from 1977 until 1978
    • Luers, William H., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until 1977; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from 1977 until 1978; U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela from October 9, 1978
    • MacGregor, Clark, former member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-Minnesota)
    • Mamet, David, American playwright, screenwriter, and director
    • Manilow, Lewis, lawyer; President, Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs from 1979
    • Mann, Janenan L., aide to Representative John Buchanan; congressional staff adviser to U.S. delegation to the UN World Conference of the UN Decade for Women
    • Marcy, Mildred K., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, until March 1978; Director, Office of Institutional Relations, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from March 1978
    • Marks, Leonard H., Director of the United States Information Agency, from September 1, 1965, until December 6, 1968; President, International Rescue Committee, from 1973 until 1979; member, Executive Committee, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel); Chair, U. S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs from 1974 until 1978; member, American Newspaper Publishers Association World Press Freedom Development Committee, from 1977
    • Marshall, George C., Secretary of State from January 21, 1947, until January 20, 1949; Secretary of Defense from 1950 until 1951
    • Martin, Louis E., adviser to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson; Special Assistant to the President during the Carter administration
    • Mason, Dwight N., Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Management until 1980; thereafter Political Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Ottawa
    • Mathias, Charles M., Jr., Senator (R-Maryland)
    • Matlock, Jack F., Jr., Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Moscow
    • McCall, Richard L., Jr., legislative aide to Senator Hubert Humphrey and Senator Muriel Humphrey from 1977 until 1978; professional staff member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, from 1978 until 1979; Deputy Staff Director, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, from 1979 until 1980; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs from June 10, 1980, until January 21, 1981
    • McCloy, John J., President, World Bank and International Monetary Fund from 1947 until 1949; U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, from 1949 until 1952; Chair, Chase Manhattan Bank from 1953 until 1960; Chair, Ford Foundation from 1958 until 1965; adviser to numerous presidents
    • McGee, Gale W., U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States
    • McGovern, George S., Senator (D-South Dakota) until January 3, 1981
    • McGurn, Barrett, Office of Public Information, United States Supreme Court
    • McIntyre, James T., Jr., Director, Georgia Office of Planning and Budget until February 1977; Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget, from February until September 1977; acting Director from September 1977 until March 24, 1978; thereafter Director
    • McKee, Jean, member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs, from 1979
    • Mead, Margaret, American cultural anthropologist
    • Meany, George, President of the AFL–CIO until 1979
    • Menoz Ledo, Porfirio, Mexican Minister of Education
    • Meyer, Cord, Jr., Special Assistant to the Deputy Director for Central Intelligence
    • Meyner, Helen S., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-New Jersey) until January 3, 1979
    • Michelson, Sig, former Director, CBS Evening News; President, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and ex officio member, Board for International Broadcasting, until 1978
    • Milburn, Beryl B., member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs, from 1976 until 1977
    • Mink, Patsy T., member, U.S. House of Representatives until January 3, 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs from March 28, 1977, until May 1, 1978
    • Modic, Paul A., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency; Deputy for Programs, Office of Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service; Director of Programs, Associate Directorate for Broadcasting, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1980
    • Mondale, Joan, Second Lady of the United States
    • Mondale, Walter F. (Fritz), Senator (DFL-Minnesota) until December 30, 1976; Vice President of the United States
    • Monsen, G., Richard, Assistant Director for Research, United States Information Agency
    • Morison, Samuel Eliot, Professor of History, Harvard University
    • Morris, Richard, Professor of History, Columbia University; President of the American Historical Association in 1976
    • Moore, Frank, Assistant to the President for Congressional Liaison
    • Moose, Richard M., Deputy Under Secretary of State for Management from March 18 until August 15, 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs from July 6, 1977, until January 16, 1981
    • Moyers, Bill, White House Press Secretary during the Johnson administration; host, Bill Moyers’ Journal (Public Broadcasting Service); editor and chief correspondent, CBS Reports
    • Murphy, John T., President, AVCO Broadcasting; member, Board for International Broadcasting
    • Murrow, Edward R., Director of the United States Information Agency, from March 15, 1961 until January 20, 1964
    • Muskie, Edmund S., Senator (D-Maine) until May 1980; Democratic nominee for Vice President, 1968; Secretary of State from May 8, 1980, until January 18, 1981
    • Nalle, David, Assistant Director, North Africa, Near East, and South Asia, United States Information Agency; Director for North African, Near Eastern, and South Asian Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, 1978; Deputy Associate Director, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, from 1978 until 1980
    • Nasser, Gamal Abdel, President of Egypt from June 23, 1956, to September 28, 1970
    • Nevelson, Louise, American sculptor
    • Newsom, David D., U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia until October 6, 1977; U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines from November 11, 1977, until March 30, 1978; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from April 19, 1978; Secretary of State ad interim, May 2–4, 1980, and January 18, 1981
    • Nichols, Robert L., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific, United States Information Agency; Deputy Director (Southeast Asia and Oceania), Office of the Director for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency from 1978 until 1979
    • Nielsen, Arthur C., Jr., President, AC Nielsen Co.; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on Information
    • Nixon, Richard M., President of the United States from January 20, 1969, until August 9, 1974
    • Novak, Robert, syndicated columnist
    • Nowak, Jan, former Director of Polish Broadcasting, Radio Free Europe
    • Nye, Joseph S., Jr., Deputy Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance, Science, and Technology until 1979
    • Nyerere, Julius, President of Tanganyika until country renamed in October 1964; thereafter President of Tanzania
    • Odom, William E., Lieutenant General, USA; Military Assistant to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs from 1977 until 1981
    • Oksenberg, Michel (Mike), member, National Security Council Staff for East Asia and China from January 1977 until February 1980
    • Olason, Victor B., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, Latin America, United States Information Agency; Deputy Director, Office of the Director for American Republics Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978; Director for American Republics Affairs, from 1979
    • Oldham, Dortch, member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs, until 1978
    • Olom, Louis T., Staff Director, U.S. Advisory Commission on Information until 1978; Staff Director, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs, from 1978 until 1979; Staff Director, U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, from 1979
    • O’Neill, Thomas P. (Tip), Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Massachusetts) and Speaker of the House of Representatives
    • Owen, Lord David, British Foreign Secretary from February 21, 1977, until May 4, 1979
    • Owen, Henry D., Director of Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institution, until March 1977, member, International Economics Cluster, National Security Council Staff, from 1977 until 1981; also Special Representative for Economic Summits from October 20, 1978, until January 21, 1981; also Ambassador at Large from 1980
    • Pahlavi, Mohammed Reza, Shah of Iran
    • Pastor, Robert A., member, National Security Council Staff for North/South Affairs
    • Pastore, John O., Senator (D-Rhode Island) until December 28, 1976
    • Pearson, James B., Senator (R-Kansas) until December 23, 1978
    • Pell, Claiborne, Senator (D-Rhode Island)
    • Percy, Charles H., Senator (R-Illinois)
    • Perkins, James A., former President, Cornell University; Chairman, Presidential Commission on Foreign Language and International Study, from 1978
    • Perez, Carlos Andres, President of Venezuela until March 1979
    • Pettigrew, Richard A., Assistant to the President for Reorganization; member, Executive Committee on Reorganization
    • Pezzulo, Lawrence A., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Affairs, until mid-1977; U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay, from August 10, 1977, until May 29, 1979; U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua from July 31, 1979
    • Pipes, Richard E., Professor of History, Harvard University and Director, Harvard University Russian Research Center
    • Pisano, Jane, Congressional Liaison Assistant (White House Fellow), National Security Council Staff, from January until August 1977
    • Pistor, Michael T.F., Assistant Director, Public Information, United States Information Agency; Director, Congressional and Public Liaison, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1980; thereafter Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in New Delhi
    • Powell, Joseph L., Jr. (Jody), White House Press Secretary
    • Povich, Shirley, sports columnist and reporter, The Washington Post
    • Press, Frank, Professor, MIT until June 1, 1977; thereafter, Special Adviser to the President for Science and Technology and Director, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
    • Putnam, Robert D., Professor, University of Michigan; member, National Security Council Staff, 1978
    • Quandt, William B., member, National Security Council Staff for the Middle East and North Africa from January 1977 until August 1979
    • Quinn, Kenneth A., Special Assistant, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Department of State
    • Quinn, Thomas Henry, Washington lawyer; member, Board for International Broadcasting
    • Rabin, Yitzhak, Israeli Prime Minister from 1974 until 1977
    • Read, Benjamin M., Deputy Under Secretary of State for Management from August 1977 until January 1981 (title changed to Under Secretary of State for Management in October 1978)
    • Reddy, Leo, Chief, Europe Research, Office of Research, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Reinhardt, John E., Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs until March 22, 1977; Director of the United States Information Agency, from March 23, 1977, until March 27, 1978; Director of the U.S. International Communication Agency, from March 27, 1978, until August 29, 1980
    • Rentschler, James, member, National Security Council Staff for West Europe Affairs, from October 1978 until January 1981
    • Ribicoff, Abraham A., Senator (D-Connecticut) until January 3, 1981
    • Richardson, Elliot L., Secretary of Commerce until 1977; Ambassador at Large and head of the U.S. Delegation to the Third Law of the Sea Conference
    • Richardson, Henry, member, Sub-Saharan Africa, North/South Cluster, National Security Council staff, from February 1977 until November 1978
    • Richardson, John, Jr., Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs until March 7, 1977; thereafter President, Freedom House
    • Richmond, Yale W., Director, Office of Eastern European Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until 1978; Deputy (Exchanges), Office of the Director for European Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978
    • Roberts, John, Secretary of State for Canada until 1979
    • Roberts, Walter R., Executive Director, Board for International Broadcasting; member, Executive Committee, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel)
    • Robison, Olin C., President, Middlebury College; chair, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs, from 1979
    • Rockefeller, David, banker and philanthropist; founder of the Trilateral Commission
    • Roche, John P., former special adviser to President Johnson; Professor of Political Science, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University; member, Presidential Study Commission on International Radio Broadcasting (Eisenhower Commission)
    • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, President of the United States from March 4, 1933, until April 12, 1945
    • Roth, Richard L., Director, Office of Policy and Plans, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until 1978; Chief, Policy Staff, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978
    • Roy, J. Stapleton, Deputy Director, Office of People’s Republic of China and Mongolia Affairs, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Department of State; Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing; Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Beijing
    • Rusk, Dean, Secretary of State from January 21, 1961, until January 20, 1969; Professor, University of Georgia School of Law from 1970
    • Russell, McKinney H., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Motion Pictures and Television Service, United States Information Agency until spring 1977; Assistant Director, Motion Pictures and Television Service, from mid-1977 until 1978; Director, Television and Film Service, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency from 1978 until 1979; thereafter Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Brasilia
    • Ryan, Leo J., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D–California) until his death on November 18, 1978
    • al-Sadat, Anwar, President of Egypt
    • Sakharov, Andrei Dmitrievich, physicist and Soviet dissident; recipient, 1975 Nobel Peace Prize
    • Sarbanes, Paul S., Senator (D-Maryland)
    • Saunders, Harold H., Director, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until April 10, 1978; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
    • Sayre, Robert M., Inspector General of the Department of State and the Foreign Service until May 1, 1978; U.S. Ambassador to Brazil from June 8, 1978
    • Scanlan, John D., Deputy Assistant Director (North Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe), Office of Assistant Director, Europe, United States Information Agency, from late 1977 until late 1978; Deputy Director (North Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe), Office of the Director for European Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1979
    • Schecter, Jerrold, member, Press and Congressional Liaison Office, National Security Council Staff; Press Officer and Associate Press Secretary from January 1977 until February 1980
    • Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., historian and former Special Assistant to President Kennedy
    • Schlesinger, James R., Secretary of Defense until November 19, 1975; Secretary of Energy from August 5, 1977, until July 20, 1979
    • Schmidt, Helmut, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany
    • Schneiders, Greg, Director, White House Projects
    • Schneidman, Harold F., Assistant Director, Information Center Service, United States Information Agency until mid-1977; Deputy Director for Policy and Plans, from mid-1977; Acting Associate Director, Planning and Program Direction, spring 1978; Acting Associate Director for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from spring 1978; Associate Director for Programs from mid-1978
    • Schultze, Charles L., Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers
    • Scott, Robert S., Assistant Director, Motion Pictures and Television Service, United States Information Agency until mid-1977
    • Shakespeare, Frank J., Director of the United States Information Agency, from February 14, 1969, until February 7, 1973
    • Sherburne, Neil C., former secretary-treasurer, AFL–CIO Minnesota Federation of Labor; member, Board of Regents, University of Minnesota; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs from 1979
    • Shirley, John William (Jock), Assistant Director, Europe, United States Information Agency until early 1977
    • Sick, Gary, member, National Security Council Staff for the Middle East and North Africa
    • Silverman, Stanley M., Agency Budget Officer and Deputy (Budget), Office of Assistant Director, Administration and Management, United States Information Agency; Assistant Director, Budget and Fiscal Services, from 1977 until 1978; Director, Office of Comptroller Services, Associate Directorate for Management, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978
    • Silverstein, Leonard L., attorney; Vice President and Director of the National Symphony; member, U. S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs
    • Simon, Paul M., Member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Illinois)
    • Siracusa, Ernest V., U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay until April 22, 1977
    • Sisco, Joseph J., Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs until February 18, 1974; thereafter Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs until June 30, 1976
    • Slack, John M., Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D–West Virginia) until March 17, 1980; chairman, House Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on State, Justice, Commerce, and the Judiciary
    • Smith, David, Office of African Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State
    • Smith, Howard K., co-anchor, ABC Evening News, until 1975; thereafter political analyst and commentator, ABC News
    • Smith, Morton S., Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific, United States Information Agency until 1978; Director for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1979; thereafter Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Singapore
    • Smith, Paul, Chief, Problems of Communism Branch, Publications Division, Office of Assistant Director, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency, until 1978; Chief, Problems of Communism Branch, Publications Division, Press and Publications Service, Associate Directorate for Programs, from 1978
    • Smith, Red, freelance sports writer
    • Smith, Wayne S., Principal Officer, U.S. Interests Section at the Swiss Embassy in Havana, Cuba
    • Smith, William French, member, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel); member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Soares, Mario, Prime Minister of Portugal until August 1978
    • Solmssen, Peter, Advisor on the Arts, Office of International Arts Affairs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State; Advisor on the Arts, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr I., Soviet novelist and historian forced into exile
    • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut, Counselor of the Department of State until February 21, 1977
    • Sparkman, John J., Senator (D-Alabama); Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, until January 3, 1979
    • Spielberg, Steven, American film director, screenwriter, and producer
    • Spevacek, David, budget examiner, State/ICA Branch, International Division, Office of Management and Budget; member, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Staats, Elmer B., Comptroller General of the United States and Director, General Accounting Office
    • Stanton, Frank, former President and Vice Chairman of the Columbia Broadcasting System; former chair, U.S. Advisory Commission on Information; chair, Panel on International Information, Education, and Cultural Relations (Stanton Panel)
    • Stern, Al, member, Domestic Policy Staff
    • Stoessel, Walter J. Jr., U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
    • Stone, Richard B., (Dick), Senator (D-Florida) until December 31, 1980
    • Straus, R. Peter, Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency in early 1978; Associate Director (VOA), U.S. International Communication Agency until 1979
    • Straus, Richard, Director, Office of Western European and Canadian Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until 1978; Director, Office of Academic Programs, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978; Senior Advisor, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1979
    • Streibert, Theodore C., Director of the United States Information Agency, from August 5, 1953, until November 15, 1956
    • Sutton, Francis X., Deputy Vice President, International Division, Ford Foundation
    • Szanton, Peter L., Associate Director for Organization Studies, Office of Management and Budget
    • Talley, Mae Sue, former publisher, The Arizonan; member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Communication, Cultural and Educational Affairs, from 1979
    • Tarnoff, Peter R., Director, Office of Research and Analysis for Western Europe, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, until 1977; Special Assistant to the Secretary and Executive Secretary, Department of State, from April 4, 1977, until February 8, 1981
    • Tharp, Twyla, American dancer and choreographer; founder, Twyla Tharp Dance troupe
    • Thayer, Harry E.T., Director, Office of People’s Republic of China and Mongolia Affairs, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Department of State, until 1980; Ambassador to Singapore from December 13, 1980
    • Thompson, James M., Brigadier General, USA, Director, Office of Policy and Plans, International Security Affairs, Department of Defense; member, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Thornton, Thomas P., member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, until 1977; thereafter member, National Security Council Staff for North/South Affairs
    • Thurber, James P., Chief, Policy Guidance Staff, Office of Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency until 1978; Chief, Fast Policy Guidance Staff, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency from March 1978 until mid-1978; thereafter Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Islamabad
    • Todman, Terence A., U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica until January 24, 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs and U.S. Coordinator, Alliance for Progress from April 1, 1977, until June 27, 1978; U.S. Ambassador to Spain from July 20, 1978
    • Toon, Malcom, U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union until October 16, 1979
    • Torrijos Herrera, Omar, Brigadier General, Commander of the Panamanian National Guard from October 11, 1968 until August 1, 1981; Chief of Government of Panama from October 11, 1972 until October 11, 1978
    • Tower, John, Senator (R-Texas)
    • Trattner, John H., Director, Office of Press Relations, Department of State, until 1978; Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of State, from 1978 until 1979; Executive Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of State from 1979 until 1980; thereafter Department Spokesman
    • Trudeau, Pierre Elliot, Canadian Prime Minister until June 3, 1979, and from March 3, 1980
    • Truman, Harry S, President of the United States from April 12, 1945, until January 20, 1953
    • Truett, Cecily, television producer and co-coordinator, USICA Books and Broadcasting for Children international symposium
    • Tuch, Hans N. (Tom), Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency until 1978; Deputy Associate Director, Associate Directorate for Broadcasting, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978; acting Associate Director (VOA), from 1980
    • Tuchman Mathews, Jessica, member, National Security Council Staff for Global Issues from January 1977 until June 1979
    • Vance, Cyrus R., Secretary of State from January 23, 1977, until April 28, 1980
    • Van Allen, Dirk, Commander., USN; Maritime/UN Negotiations Division, Joint Chiefs of Staff; member, Interagency Committee on Public Diplomacy and Disarmament
    • Vest, George S., Director, Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs, Department of State, until March 27, 1977; Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs from June 16, 1977
    • Videla, Jorge Rafael, President of Argentina
    • Villarreal, Marti, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Villimarescu, Serban, Associate Director for Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency, 1976
    • Vogel, Ralph H., Director, Operations Staff, Board of Foreign Scholarships, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until 1978; Chief, Board of Foreign Scholarships Staff, Office of Academic Programs, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1979; Chief, Board of Foreign Scholarships Staff, Office of Cultural Centers and Resources, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, from 1979
    • Voorde, Frances M. (Fran), White House Director of Scheduling until 1978; thereafter Deputy Appointments Secretary
    • Walker, Lannon, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs
    • Warnke, Paul C., Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, from March 14, 1977, until October 31, 1978
    • Washburn, Abbott M., former Deputy Director, United States Information Agency, from 1954 until 1961; member, Federal Communications Commission, from 1974 until 1982
    • Wellford, W. Harrison, member, Carter-Mondale Transition team, 1976; Executive Associate Director for Reorganization and Management, Office of Management and Budget, from 1977 until 1981
    • Wheeler, Paul, Chief, Cultural Presentations Division, Office of Institutional Relations, Associate Directorate for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978
    • White, Theodore, journalist and author, The Making of the President series
    • Whitfield, Mal, former Olympic track and field athlete; Regional Sports Officer, United States Information Agency and U.S. International Communication Agency
    • Wilkinson, Sharon, Office of African Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State
    • Will, George F., syndicated political columnist
    • Winkler, Gordon, Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency until 1978; Director, Press and Publications Service, Associate Directorate for Programs, U.S. International Communication Agency, from 1978 until 1979; Deputy Associate Director, Associate Directorate for Programs from 1979
    • Winks, Robin W., Professor of History, Yale University
    • Wisner, Frank G., Deputy Executive Secretary, Department of State
    • Wolff, Lester L., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York), until January 3, 1981
    • Wolper, David, U.S. television and film producer
    • Woodcock, Leonard, President, United Auto Workers, until 1977; Chief, U.S. Liaison Office in Beijing, from July 1977 until March 1979; U.S. Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China from March 1979
    • Wyatt, Lawrence, Special Assistant for International Affairs, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
    • Young, Andrew J., Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Georgia) until January 29, 1977; U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations from January 30, 1977, until September 23, 1979
    • Zablocki, Clement J., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Wisconsin); Chairman, House Committee on International Relations
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