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United Nations Association of the USA

ORGANIZATION

Formed 1964 by the merger of the American Association for the United Nations with the US Committee for the United Nations.

Official Website:
http://www.unausa.org/

Founding Date:
1964

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Benjamin Barber
Scholar
2-Aug-1939   Jihad vs. McWorld
Christopher W. Brody
Business
c. 1944   Partner, Warburg Pincus, 1971-98
Walter Cronkite
Journalist
4-Nov-1916 17-Jul-2009 America's most trusted newscaster
Cameron Crowe
Film Director
13-Jul-1957   Almost Famous
Michael Douglas
Actor
25-Sep-1944   Wall Street
Werner Fornos
Activist
1933   The Population Institute
Edward Luck
Scholar
?   International Affairs professor at Columbia
Paul McCartney
Musician
18-Jun-1942   Beatle
William J. McDonough
Business
c. 1934   President of New York Fed, 1993-2003
Helen Stevenson Meyner
Politician
5-Mar-1928 2-Nov-1997 Congresswoman from New Jersey, 1975-78
Lorne Michaels
Film/TV Producer
17-Nov-1944   Producer of Saturday Night Live
Heather Mills
Activist
12-Jan-1968   Ex-wife of Paul McCartney
Jami Miscik
Government
c. 1958   Global Head of Sovereign Risk, Lehman Bros.
Russell E. Palmer
Business
13-Aug-1934   Dean of the Wharton School, 1983-90
Faye Wattleton
Activist
8-Jul-1943   President, Planned Parenthood, 1978-92
John C. Whitehead
Business
2-Apr-1922   US Deputy Secretary of State, 1985-89
Timothy E. Wirth
Politician
22-Sep-1939   US Senator from Colorado, 1987-93


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