Nominations, March 31, 1982

Nomination of James Eugene Goodby for the Rank of Ambassador While Serving as Vice Chairman of the United States Delegation and Department of State Representative to the Strategic Arms Reduction Talks

March 31, 1982

The President today announced his intention to nominate James Eugene Goodby for the rank of Ambassador during his tenure of service as Vice Chairman, United States Delegation to the Strategic Arms Reductions Talks (START) and Department of State Representative. He would succeed Ralph Earle II.

Mr. Goodby served in the United States Air Force as second lieutenant in 1952 - 53. He began his government career in 1951 with the United States Army Corps of Engineers in Boston, Mass. He was foreign affairs specialist with the United States Atomic Energy Commission in 1954 - 59; foreign affairs officer in the Office of Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Atomic Energy in 1960; Officer in Charge of Nuclear Test Ban Negotiations, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, in 1961 - 63; member of the Policy Planning Council at the Department of State in 1963 - 67; political officer at the United States Mission to the European Communities in Brussels in 1967 - 69; Officer in Charge of Defense Policy Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, in 1969 - 71; Counselor for Political Affairs at the United States Mission to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels in 1971 - 74; Deputy Director of the Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs in 1974 - 77; and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs in 1977 - 80.

Mr. Goodby graduated from Harvard College (A.B., 1951) and attended the University of Michigan (1951 - 52) and Harvard University (1953 - 54). He was born December 20, 1929, in Providence, R.I.

Nomination of 16 Members of the National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs

March 31, 1982

The President today announced his intention to nominate the following individuals to be members of the National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs:

Mary Jo Arndt, 48, is president of the Illinois Federation of Republican Women. She resides in Lombard, Ill.

Marge Bodwell, 61, is a teacher at the North School in Alamogordo, N. Mex.

Betty Ann Gault Cordoba, 54, is a teacher in Woodland Hills, Calif.

Lilli K. Dollinger, 23, is director of communications, Student Government Association, Texas A&M University, College Station, Tex.

Gilda Bojorquez Gjurich, 55, is secretary-treasurer and partner, Robert Parada Construction Co., Alhambra, Calif.

Marcilyn D. Leier, 53, is involved in community and Republican Party activities in Roseville, Minn.

Judith D. Moss, 36, is administrative attorney with the firm of Barrett & Barrett, Columbus, Ohio.

Marie Sheehan Muhler, 44, is minority whip of the New Jersey General Assembly. She resides in Marlboro, N.J.

Susan E. Phillips, 36, is director, research and publications, the Conservative Caucus, Vienna, Va.

Irene Renee Robinson, 59, is involved in community and Republican Party activities in Washington, D.C.

Judy F. Rolfe, 28, is vice president, Rolfe and Wood, Inc., Bozeman, Mont.

Eleanor Knee Rooks, 54, is a former teacher and is currently involved in community and Republican Party activities in Brownsville, Tenn.

Eunice S. Thomas, 52, is a teacher at Winterfield Elementary School, Columbus, Ga.

Virginia Gillham Tinsley, 63, is a member, Tempe Union High School Board of Education, Tempe, Ariz.

Maria Pornaby Shuhi, 60, is a teacher at Carver Middle School, Del Ray Beach, Fla.

Helen J. Valerio, 43, is executive vice president, Papa Gino's of America, Inc., Needham Heights, Mass.

Note: Miss Phillips' nomination, which was sent to the Senate on April 5, was withdrawn by the President on June 17.