Nominations, Accordances & Appointments, May 24, 1985

Nomination of Thomas Gale Moore To Be a Member of the Council of Economic Advisers

May 24, 1985

The President today announced his intention to nominate Thomas Gale Moore to be a member of the Council of Economic Advisers. He would succeed William A. Niskanen, Jr.

Dr. Moore is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and director of its domestic studies program. He has also been a lecturer in economics at Stanford's Graduate School of Business and at UCLA. Previously he was on the faculty of Michigan State University as professor of economics (1969 - 1974) and associate professor of economics (1965 - 1968). In 1968 - 1970 he served at the White House as senior staff economist to the Council of Economic Advisers. He was assistant professor of economics at Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1961 - 1965.

He has published extensively in economic, political, and law journals and has organized and chaired numerous conferences on regulation, antitrust, health care, conscription, and income redistribution at the Hoover Institution and elsewhere. His pub-lications include: ``The Economics of the American Theater'' (1968), ``Freight Transportation'' (1972), ``Trucking Regulation: Lessons from Europe'' (1976), and ``Uranium Enrichment and Public Policy'' (1978).

Dr. Moore graduated from George Washington University (A.B., 1957) and the University of Chicago (A.M., 1959; Ph.D., 1961). He is married, has two children, and resides in Palo Alto, CA. He was born November 6, 1930, in Washington, DC.

Nomination of Anne E. Brunsdale To Be a Member of the United States International Trade Commission

May 24, 1985

The President today announced his intention to nominate Anne E. Brunsdale to be a member of the United States International Trade Commission for a term expiring June 16, 1993. She would succeed Veronica Haggart.

Ms. Brunsdale is a resident fellow of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) and serves as managing editor of Regulation, a bimonthly magazine. She served at AEI as director of publications (1970 - 1977) and as research associate in 1967 - 1970. In 1966 - 1967 she was associate director of publications for the Free Society Association in Washington, DC. In 1957 - 1965 she was with Craig-Hallum Corp. in Minneapolis, MN, as investment analyst then vice president for research of a regional investment firm.

She graduated from the University of Minnesota (B.A., 1945; M.A., 1946) and Yale University (M.A., 1949). She was born October 1, 1923, in Minneapolis, MN, and now resides in Washington, DC.

Accordance of the Personal Rank of Ambassador to Lewis A. Dunn While Serving as United States Coordinator and Alternate Representative to the 1985 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference

May 24, 1985

The President today accorded the personal rank of Ambassador to Lewis A. Dunn, of Virginia, in his capacity as coordinator of United States preparations for the 1985 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference and Alternate United States Representative to the Review Conference.

Mr. Dunn is presently an Assistant Director in the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, where he has been serving since 1983. In 1982 - 1983 he was counselor to Ambassador at Large Richard T. Kennedy, and in 1981 - 1982 he was Special Assistant for Nuclear Affairs to the Under Secretary of State for Management. Prior to his government service, Mr. Dunn was on the senior professional staff and project leader at Hudson Institute in New York in 1976 - 1981. In 1974 - 1976 he was a member of the professional staff at Hudson Institute. In 1971 - 1974 he was assistant professor of political science at Kenyon College, and in 1969 - 1971 he was an instructor of political science at Kenyon College.

Mr. Dunn graduated from Cornell University (A.B., 1965) and the University of Chicago (Ph.D., 1973). He was born January 7, 1944, in New York, NY. He is married to the former Roberta Baltz.

Accordance of the Personal Rank of Ambassador to Warren Zimmermann While Serving as Deputy to the Head of the United States Delegation to the Nuclear and Space Arms Negotiations With the Soviet Union

May 24, 1985

The President today accorded the personal rank of Ambassador to Warren Zimmermann, of Virginia, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, Class of Minister-Counselor, in his capacity as deputy to the head of the United States delegation to the arms reduction negotiations in Geneva.

Mr. Zimmermann has been a career Foreign Service officer since he began his career in 1962 - 1964 in Caracas, Venezuela. In 1964 he was assigned to the Foreign Service Institute to study Serbo-Croatian. From there in 1965 - 1968 he served as political officer in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He returned in 1968 - 1970 to the Bureau of Intelligence and Research as a Soviet policy analyst. In 1970 - 1973 he served as a special assistant to the Secretary of State in the Office of the Counselor. In 1973 he studied Russian at the Foreign Service Institute and from there became Deputy Counselor of the U.S. Embassy for politico-military affairs in Moscow. In 1975 - 1977 he returned to the Bureau of European and Canadian Affairs, where he was assigned as Special Assistant for Policy Planning. In 1977 - 1980 Mr. Zimmermann was counselor of the U.S. Embassy for political affairs in Paris, France. In 1980 - 1981 he was Deputy Chairman of the U.S. delegation to the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Conference (CSCE) in Madrid, Spain, and in 1981 became deputy chief of mission at our Embassy in Moscow.

Mr. Zimmermann graduated from Yale University (B.A., 1956) and Cambridge University (M.A., 1958). His foreign languages are Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish, and French. He was born November 16, 1934, in Philadelphia, PA. He is married to the former Corinne Chubb, and they have three children.

Accordance of the Personal Rank of Ambassador to Henry F. Cooper While Serving as a Deputy United States Negotiator at the Nuclear and Space Arms Negotiations With the Soviet Union

May 24, 1985

The President today accorded the personal rank of Ambassador to Henry F. Cooper, of Virginia, in his capacity as Deputy United States Negotiator for Defense and Arms, arms reduction negotiations in Geneva.

Dr. Cooper began his career as an engineer/technician at the Savannah River Plant in Aiken, SC, in 1956 - 1958, where he was employed during the summer months. In 1958 - 1960 he was an instructor in engineering mechanics at Clemson University. He then became a member of the technical staff, Bell Telephone Laboratories, where he conducted independent scientific and technical research in 1960 - 1964. In 1972 - 1980 he was a member of the senior technical staff and program manager, R&D Associates, and then became deputy director, nuclear effects division, of R&D Associates in 1982 - 1983. He entered government service in 1980 as Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Research, Development, and Logistics. In 1983 - 1985 he was Assistant Director for Strategic Programs, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.

Dr. Cooper graduated from Clemson University (B.S., 1958; M.S., 1960) and New York University (Ph.D., 1964). He served in the United States Air Force in 1964 - 1972. He is married to the former Barbara Kays, and they have three children. He was born November 8, 1936, in Augusta, GA.

Accordance of the Personal Rank of Ambassador to Ronald F. Lehman II While Serving as a Deputy United States Negotiator at the Nuclear and Space Arms Negotiations With the Soviet Union

May 24, 1985

The President today accorded the personal rank of Ambassador to Ronald F. Lehman II, of Virginia, in his capacity as Deputy United States Negotiator for Strategic Nuclear Arms, arms reduction negotiations in Geneva.

Dr. Lehman began his career as legislative assistant for the Armed Services Committee in 1976 - 1978. He then served as professional staff member of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, 1978 - 1981. In 1982 - 1983 he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategic Forces Policy. In 1983 he became Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director for Defense Programs and Arms Control on the National Security Council staff, where he continues to serve. He has recently been named Deputy United States Negotiator for Strategic Nuclear Arms, United States delegation to the arms reduction negotiations in Geneva.

Dr. Lehman graduated from Claremont Men's College (B.A., 1968) and Claremont Graduate School (Ph.D., 1975). He holds the rank of major in the United States Army Reserve. His foreign languages are Vietnamese and German. He is married to Susan Elizabeth Lehman. He was born in Napa, CA, in 1946.

Accordance of the Personal Rank of Ambassador to John A. Woodworth While Serving as a Deputy United States Negotiator at the Nuclear and Space Arms Negotiations With the Soviet Union

May 24, 1985

The President today accorded the personal rank of Ambassador to John A. Woodworth, of Virginia, in his capacity as Deputy United States Negotiator for Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces, arms reduction negotiations in Geneva.

Mr. Woodworth began his career as an OSD management intern in 1965 - 1967, followed by plans analyst, Military Assistant Division, in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, in 1967 - 1968. He was an instructor of history and international politics at the University of South Carolina in 1968 - 1969. In 1969 he became a defense planner in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense. He then was appointed an OSD fellow in public affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, 1972 - 1973. In 1973 - 1978 he served as a nuclear defense planner at the U.S. Mission to NATO in Brussels, Belgium. Mr. Woodworth then became Deputy Director, Office of Theater Nuclear Forces Policy, in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1978 - 1981. In 1980 - 1981 he was also Assistant Deputy Director, Department of Defense SALT task force. In 1981 he served as Director, Office of Theater Nuclear Forces Policy, in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, and then in 1982 became the Secretary of Defense representative of the U.S. delegation to the U.S.-Soviet negotiations on intermediate-range nuclear forces. In 1984 he served as Secretary of Defense Representative on the U.S. delegations to the CSCE Conference on Disarmament in Europe (Switzerland) and to the United Nations Conference on Disarmament (Geneva). He presently serves as Deputy Negotiator for Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces, U.S. delegation to the arms reduction negotiations in Geneva.

Mr. Woodworth graduated from Duke University (B.A., 1963) and Georgetown University (M.S., 1966). He served in the United States Air Force in 1968 - 1969. His foreign language is French. He is married to the former Laura Carver, and they have three children. He was born July 5, 1941, in University Heights, OH.

Appointment of Walter G. Sellers as a Member of the National Afro-American History and Culture Commission

May 24, 1985

The President today announced his intention to appoint Walter G. Sellers to be a member of the National Afro-American History and Culture Commission for a term expiring January 18, 1986. He would succeed Douglas Russell.

Since 1951 Mr. Sellers has been with Central State University in Wilberforce, OH, serving in various administrative positions. He is currently director of alumni and community affairs for the university. He is past president of the Ohio Association of College Admissions Counselors, the Council of Admissions Officers of the State-assisted Colleges and Universities, and the Southwest Ohio School Boards Association. He is currently president of the Ohio School Boards Association.

Mr. Sellers graduated from Central State University (B.S.). He is married, has three children, and resides in Wilberforce, OH. He was born July 21, 1925, in Daxley, GA.