[This is one of my father's resumes from around 1974.]
Born Brooklyn, New York December 22, 1927
Married, three children
New York City Public Schools
Columbia University School of General Studies 1953-6
United States Army honorable discharge June, 1952
1952-1956 Public Affairs Editor Keystone Publications. Wrote, edited and selected material on government affairs.
1957-1960 Assistant President United Furniture Workers of America AFL-CIO. Research and Publications Director, Legislative Representative, Director of Committee on Political Education.
1960-1962 Executive Director Greater New York Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. Program development, community organization and legislative work on state and national levels.
1962-1963 Special Assistant to the President Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Directed voter registration programs, legislative activity on state and national levels.
1964-1968 Assistant to Executive Director and Legislative Representative Liberal Party of New York State. Local organization, legislative representation on local, state and national levels.
1967 Executive Staff New York State Constitutional Convention.
1968 Research Associate Joint Legislative Committee on Consumer Protection.
1969-1971 Executive Director Proportional Representation Committee. Public education and political action. Legislative activity on local and state levels.
1970 On leave form [sic] Proportional Representation Committee to become Associate Director of Special Unit for School Board Elections of the Board of Elections in the City of New York.
1972-1974 Special Assistant for Legislation and Government Relations New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. Represented corporation at local, state and national legislatures, developed legislative program and represented corporation at government agencies.
1973 On leave from corporation to become Director of Special Unit For School Board Elections of the Board of Elections in the City of New York.
Present Full time cunsultant [sic] to the New York State Charter Revision Commission for New York City.
References on request.