July 14, 1982
The President today announced his intention to nominate Charles W. Greenleaf, Jr., to be an Assistant Administrator of the Agency for International Development (Asia), United States International Development Cooperation Agency. He would succeed Jon D. Holstine.
Currently Mr. Greenleaf is a senior adviser to the Administrator of the Agency for International Development. Previously he was a member of the Presidential Personnel Office at the White House.
Mr. Greenleaf was assistant director, Institute of Politics, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, in 1979 - 1981; director, office of George Bush, during the Reagan-Bush campaign in 1980; Special Assistant to former President Ford in 1978; assistant director of research, President Ford Committee, in 1976; staff assistant, office of Senator Robert Griffin (R-Mich.) in 1975; and executive assistant for legislative affairs, office of Gov. William G. Milliken of Michigan, in 1973 - 1975.
He graduated from Princeton University (B.A., 1963) and the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (M.P.A., 1977). He was born March 13, 1941, in Chicago, Ill.
Nomination of Ronald B. Frankum To Be an Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy
July 14, 1982
The President today announced his intention to nominate Ronald B. Frankum to be an Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy. He will also serve as Principal Deputy to the Director.
Mr. Frankum is currently Deputy Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, and was Deputy Director, Office of Policy Development, in 1981 - 1982.
He was a member of the Reagan-Bush transition team and served as a senior staff attorney in 1980 - 1981. Previously Mr. Frankum was adjunct professor of law, University of San Diego, and president, Center for Technical Services, a science and education corporation in San Diego, Calif. He also served as director, San Diego Urban Observatory.
Mr. Frankum graduated from the University of Texas (B.A., 1958) and the University of San Diego (J.D., 1965). He is married, has two children, and resides in McLean, Va. He was born November 17, 1935, in Winfield, Kans.
Nomination of George R. Hoguet To Be United States Alternate Executive Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
July 14, 1982
The President today announced his intention to nominate George R. Hoguet, of New York, to be United States Alternate Executive Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development for a term of 2 years. He would succeed David S. King.
Mr. Hoguet is presently serving as a consultant to the Department of the Treasury. Prior to joining Treasury in June 1982, he was vice president in the project finance group of the corporate financial services department for Bankers Trust Co., New York, N.Y. From 1979 to 1981, he was vice president in the mergers and acquisitions group of the corporate financial services department for Bankers Trust Co. He was vice president and head of commercial banking training in 1978 - 1979. He joined Bankers Trust's Africa group in the Middle East/Africa division of the international banking department in August 1973. He was named assistant treasurer in 1974, assistant vice president and Africa group head in 1975, and vice president in 1976. From 1969 to 1971, he was with Credit Commercial de France in Paris.
He graduated from Harvard College (B.A., 1969) and Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration (M.B.A., 1973). He is married, with two sons, and resides in Washington, D.C. Mr. Hoguet was born December 11, 1947, in New York, N.Y.