Dillon, C. Douglas - from United States
Country of meeting: in the year 1978
Diplomat, politician. United States Ambassador to France (1953-1957), Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment (1958-1959), United States Under Secretary of State (1959-1961), 57th United States Secretary of the Treasury (1961-1965).
Chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation (1972-1975). He also served alongside John Rockefeller on the 1973 Commission on Private Philanthropy and Public Needs, and under Nelson Rockefeller in the Rockefeller Commission to investigate CIA activities (along with Ronald Reagan). He had been president of Harvard Board of Overseers, chairman of the Brookings Institution, and vice chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations. Dillon began his education at Pine Lodge School in Lakehurst, New Jersey which he attended at the same time as three of the Rockefeller brothers, Nelson, Laurance, and John.
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