Instrumental in the launch of the Doughboy Foundation, Mr. Dayton also serves as the Executive Director of the United States World War I Centennial Commission.
Prior to his service in these roles, Mr. Dayton was engaged in special project work for the Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) of the U.S Department of Homeland Security from 2012-2014. He was detailed from S&T to the U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) from 2011 to 2012 to lead public affairs efforts in connection with the Navy’s Commemoration of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the Star-Spangled Banner, a program which resulted in major public exposure for the Navy across 15 cities over 120 days.
Before the detail to NHHC, Mr. Dayton had served as the Director of the Corporate Communications Division of S&T from 2007 to 2011. Prior to DHS, Mr. Dayton served as Director of Communications for the Office of Naval Research (ONR), which manages the science and technology programs for the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps. Before joining ONR, he founded The Communications Center. LLC, a Center of The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies; previously he was Director of Marketing and Public Affairs for the Potomac Institute.
Mr. Dayton’s broad business background includes radio and television station ownership over a span of more than 20 years. He came to station ownership via the broadcast news business, having been a news producer for NBC, New York and WCBS. He also served as Director of the New England Region of United Press International. He built radio stations “from the ground up” in New York State, Delaware, and Florida, and managed a $30-million group operation, which encompassed independent TV stations in three states.
In addition to his civilian accomplishment, Dan was active as a member of the U.S. Navy Reserve, retiring as a Captain in February of 2005. His final assignment was as Commanding Officer of the reserve public affairs unit providing key support to the U.S. Strategic Command in Omaha, Nebraska.
He is a long-time member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the National Press Club and has served as a coordinating judge for the prestigious International Radio and Television Festival of New York. He served as an adjunct professor at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. He graduated with honors from Emerson College, Boston.
Daniel J. Basta retired from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 2016 after 37 years of outstanding Federal Service. Having earned three Engineering Degrees, his distinguished career also included stints in the aerospace industry, at Johns Hopkins University, the National Academy of Sciences, Resources for the Future, and as a Management Consultant.
His career took him on assignments and expeditions around the globe. He created the innovative National Marine Heritage Program while Director of the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries in NOAA. In 2014, he received the National Marine Heritage Society Distinguished Service Award for this achievement. Soon after retiring he was a principal and the creative driver of the landmark “1st World Congress on Maritime Heritage” held in 2018.
He has now turned his attention to writing, completing his first nontechnical book, “Searching for Ghosts in the South Pacific” about expeditions exploring World War ll remains. His second book (in progress), is “Among Honest Communists” about his experiences behind the iron Curtain during the height of the Cold War. He is well-known for his proven ability to build coalitions and create uncommon success.
Jeffrey L. Bleich is a litigation partner based in the San Francisco office of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP. He returned to the partnership in December 2013 following four years of service as U.S. Ambassador to Australia. He also served as Special Counsel to President Obama in the White House during the Administration’s first year.
As the 24th United States Ambassador to Australia, Mr. Bleich’s term was marked by the U.S. rebalance to the Asia-Pacific, with Australia being the focal point for that shift. His efforts included overseeing record growth in trade and investment between the U.S. and Australia, bringing the Defense Trade Cooperation Treaty into force, establishing new alliance agreements for satellites and cybersecurity, executing a new space cooperation agreement that supported the Mars Curiosity rover landing, leading joint U.S.-Australia efforts in Afghanistan’s Uruzgan province, and promoting regional human rights efforts.
Mr. Bleich holds a B.A. Magna Cum Laude from Amherst College, an M.P.P. from Harvard University with highest honors, a J.D. from the UC Berkeley School of Law with highest honors, and an honorary Doctor of Laws from S.F. State University. He has been elected as a life member to both the American Law Institute and the Council on Foreign Relations. He serves on the board of Pratt Industries as well as Willie Mays’ Say Hey Foundation.
Ambassador Braun was elected to the United States Senate in 1992, then serving as the only Black member of the Senate. She is the first and only woman to be elected to the Senate from Illinois, and the nation’s first Black Democrat elected Senator. She later served as Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, becoming the first and only United States Ambassador to be made a member of the Te Atiawa Maori tribe.
Carol Moseley Braun was one of the first black women to graduate from the law school at the University of Chicago. Previously, as an assistant United States Attorney, she was the first Black woman to win the Attorney General’s Special Achievement award. As an Illinois state legislator, she was the first Black woman to become an assistant majority leader and spokesperson for the Mayor of Chicago (the late Harold Washington.) Earlier on in her career, Ambassador Braun was the first woman elected to executive office in Cook County, Illinois.
Her fourth career is as an entrepreneur. She is currently the founder and President of a biodynamic organic food company, Good Food Organics®/Ambassador Organics™.
Chris Christopher is a founding member of the Board of Directors of the United States Foundation for the Commemoration of the World Wars and the Doughboy Foundation. He has also served on the staff of the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission since 2013. He is the Publisher of the Commission’s award-winning website and the Dispatch newsletter, while performing a variety of other duties.
Over the past two decades, he has published numerous internal and external websites for the U.S. Department of the Navy and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate (S&T). He also directed numerous conferences for DHS S&T across the nation.
Previously, he led development of and then managed the Electronic Publishing System for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Finance Center. Before starting his 35-year career in the Federal government, Chris was an award-winning publisher, editor, and writer for a number of newspapers. He has edited and published a variety of newsletters for various organizations and won multi-year national awards for fraternal organization and other newsletters. He has also published multiple private sector websites.
Chris served for 30 years (Active and Reserve) in the U.S. Navy, retiring as a Captain. He holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degrees from the University of New Orleans (UNO) and worked in a variety of Sports Information roles for the UNO Department of Athletics and its Athletic Association for over 20 years. A published poet, he has received local and national awards for his poetry.
Gary Lewi has an extensive background in communications, including work as a broadcast journalist and as a government press secretary on municipal and federal levels. He was Director of Communications for Hempstead Town on Long Island, the nation’s largest township, and served as Press Secretary to U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato during the Senator’s first term.
With Rubenstein Associates since 1987, he has created innovative public relations and community affairs strategies for clients involved in issues that include energy, the environment, public policy, health, land use, transportation and crisis management. He is a member of the company’s executive management committee and, along with Howard and Steven Rubenstein, is one of the firm’s strategic analysts on public policy and government affairs.
Mr. Lewi has taught at the New York Institute of Technology and has lectured on public relations at Columbia, Stony Brook and Hofstra Universities and Molloy College. He has also been a lecturer on public relations before transportation executives, construction trade groups and energy industry symposiums. He is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the publication City & State.
Dr. John H. Morrow, Jr., Franklin Professor of History at The University of Georgia, earned his BA with Honors in History from Swarthmore College and his Ph.D. in Modern European History from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1971 Professor Morrow became the first African American faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he taught for 17 years. During that time, he was selected as a National Alumni Association Outstanding Teacher and University of Tennessee Macebearer, the highest honor that a faculty member can receive. Dr. Morrow served as Head of the UTK History Department from 1983 until his departure from the University in 1988.
He is the 13th recipient of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library Literature Award for Lifetime Achievement in Military Writing. He is the author or co-author of eight publications, including, “The Great War: An Imperial History,” “The Great War in the Air,” and “German Airpower in World War I”.
He has lectured at the National War College, the Air War College, and the U. S. Military Academy at West Point and served as advisor in history to numerous distinguished agencies including the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission’s Legacy Committee and the First Flight Centennial Federal Advisory Board.
Libby H. O’Connell is currently the Chief Historian Emeritus at History Channel, where she worked for 23 years in education and corporate social responsibility. She has appeared as a commentator on History and A&E Network, as well as on CNN, the Today Show, and other news channels. Libby O’Connell’s work in television and education has received four national Emmy awards, White House recognition, and numerous other honors.
Dr. O’Connell’s recent book, “The American Plate: A History in 100 Bites,” uses food and drink as a lens for exploring the past. She lectures around the country on World War I and on the interplay of food, drink, and society. She received her Ph.D. in American history from the University of Virginia.
A Commissioner on the United States World War I Centennial Commission, Dr. O’Connell oversees its Education Committee. She also served as Chairwoman of the World War I Centennial Committee for New York City.
Russell Orban is a lawyer practicing public policy and regulatory law at the law firm of Husch Blackwell, LLP. He is also a principal at the firm of Husch Blackwell Strategies LLC where he specializes in government affairs and federal policy. Russell’s legal specialty areas have encompassed federal regulatory law and compliance, and federal contracting and procurement law.
He worked for 33 years for the Federal Government, mostly with the United States Congress where he was Chief of Staff and Counsel to Congressman Ike Skelton of Missouri on 3 different subcommittees as well as Chief of Staff to Congresswoman Blanche Lincoln from Arkansas. He also served as General Counsel for the US House of Representatives’ Committee on Small Business. His specialties in Congressional work were legislative drafting as well as procurement, tax, federal budgeting and appropriations issues for federal programs. In addition, Russell also served for eight years in the Executive branch as Assistant Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration.
Russell volunteered to support the World War I Centennial Commission at its inception when his then-law partner, Ike Skelton, served as the organization’s first Chairman. He has continued to work with the Commission on federal compliance issues.
Mr. Orban has received awards for his work with small businesses in both Congress and the Small Business Administration. He is currently the Chairman of the Missouri Kansas Forum and has done extensive work over the years with the Tax Chairman group from the White House Conference on Small Business and the Security and Exchange Commission’s Small Business Forum.
Sandra Sinclair Pershing is the granddaughter-in-law of General of the Armies John J. Pershing. She is Director Emeritus of the Pershing Rifles Group.
After a long career in the real estate field, Ms. Pershing now does volunteer work in the New York area. She is a volunteer at Phoenix House, where she provides special support for the organization’s national Military Service Programs, which deal with PTSD and other military service-related experiences and injuries. She also works with the Board of Women’s Prison Association.
Widow of Colonel John Warren Pershing, USA, she has two children, one grandchild, and one great grandchild.
In 2014, Judge Poe joined the Board of Directors of the United States Foundation for the Commemoration of the World Wars, and has served since as the head of the Foundation’s Audit Committee.
He served as a Representative from Texas from 2005-2019. Born in Temple, Bell County, Texas, he earned his B.A. from Abilene Christian University in 1970 and his J.D. from the University of Houston in 1973. Judge Poe served in the United States Air Force Reserves from 1970-1976. Before being elected to Congress, he was a teacher, lawyer in private practice, District Attorney of Harris County, Texas (1973-1981) and then district judge (1981-2003.)
Judge Poe was elected as a Republican to the 109th and to the six succeeding Congresses (2005-2019), with over 60% of the vote in his last three elections. He did not seek re-election in 2018.
In 2012, Representative Poe co-sponsored the World War One Centennial Commission Act “To establish a commission to ensure a suitable observance of the centennial of World War I, to provide for the designation of memorials to the service of members of the United States Armed Forces in World War I, and for other purposes.” After the Act was signed into law in 2013, Poe was appointed as a Commissioner by the Speaker of the House, serving briefly in that capacity before joining the Foundation.
Philip G. Mazzara served as the President of the Doughboy Foundation until his retirement in March, 2021.
He has led comprehensive advancement programs and capital campaigns for a wide range of non-profit organizations during his 40-year career. He has served as President of three hospital foundations and Chief Development Officer for two academic medical centers, a technology university and a liberal arts college.
Additionally, he has served as CDO for two Atlanta-based international NGOs. During his tenure with The Carter Center, he planned and implemented a $150 million capital campaign and traveled extensively with President and Mrs. Carter to raise funds to double the size of the Center’s endowment. While at CARE USA, he led the Private Support division responsible for raising approximately $65 million annually to support programs in 70 countries around the world.
He has also consulted with other NGOs, academic institutions and non-profits on board development, strategic planning, and fundraising effectiveness. He he has conducted or participated in numerous development program assessments, feasibility studies and capital campaign plans. He is the author of “Achieving Trustee Ownership,” a chapter in “The Trustee’s Role in Capital Campaigns,” published by the Association of Governing Boards.
While Chief Development Officer for the Medical Center at Emory University, he was selected for membership in The Unnamed Society. His alma mater, Lynchburg (VA) College awarded him its Distinguished Alumnus Award in recognition of his leadership of a campus Blue Ribbon Task Force charged by the college president with transforming its alumni relations programming. His innovative, hospital-based “Grand Rounds for Community Leaders” program has been cited as a Best Practice by the Philanthropy Leadership Council of The Advisory Board.
He was recently elected chair of the board of the New Orchestra of Washington and continues to serve as an advisor in philanthropy to The United States World War One Centennial Commission.
Denise Doring VanBuren
Hon. President General,
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Led 190,000-member National Society to fulfill its enduring mission to promote historic preservation, education and patriotism through the work of 3,000 local chapters around the world for three-year term, 2019-2022. Despite global pandemic, inspired organization to donate 15.4 million hours of community service; completed $15 million restoration project; and welcomed 35,000 new members. In addition, launched nationwide high school essay contest focused on Patriots of the American Revolution; created “E Pluribus Unum” project to identify and recognize more African American, American Indian and female Patriots of the American Revolution; established America 250 historic markers to be placed across the nation; built first in-house DAR insignia operation, with proceeds benefitting mission-driven work of the Society; and traveled 166,670 miles to complete obligations in compressed timeframe.
Responsible for oversight of 140-member professional staff at Washington, D.C. headquarters containing 4,000-seat DAR Constitution Hall, the DAR Museum and the DAR Library, as well as oversight of more than $150 million in assets. Previously served NSDAR as First Vice President General (2016-2019), Organizing Secretary General (2013-2016), Chair of DAR Magazine (2004-2010) and Public Relations (2000-2004) committees, Editor American Spirit Magazine (2004-2019); New York State DAR: Regent (2010-2013), Vice Regent (2007-2010) and Historian (2004-2007); Melzingah Chapter DAR: Regent (1998–2001), Vice Regent (1995-1998) and Librarian (1992-1995).
Retired January 1, 2020, following 26-year career with Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation, Poughkeepsie, NY, as the longest-serving female executive in the history of the publicly traded utility, having joined as its spokesperson in 1993.
2000-2020 Vice President of Public Relations
Responsible for all facets of utility public relations; served as corporate spokesperson and administered community relations programs of corporate social responsibility. Led professional staff responsible for governmental affairs, marketing, advertising, employee communication, media relations, energy efficiency video production, speakers’ bureau, social media and website. Prepared comprehensive campaigns, news releases, speeches, policy papers, outreach programs, editorial submissions, white papers, emergency response, etc.
1992 – 1993 Beacon City Council Elected Ward Representative
1985 – 1990 News Anchor and News Director
NewsCenter 6 Television, Hudson Valley Region
1983 -1985 News Anchor and General Assignment Reporter
WGNY AM-FM Radio, Hudson Valley Region
Current: President, Beacon Historical Society; Trustee, Hudson River Valley Inst. at Marist College
Prior: Past President, Dutchess County Historical Society (2014-2016); Capital Campaign Co-Chair, Our Lady of Lourdes High School; Past President, Exchange Club of Southern Dutchess (2006 and 2016); Past Board Chair of the Greater Southern Dutchess Chamber of Commerce; Past Board Member and 2005 Dutchess County Campaign Chair for United Way of Dutchess County; Chairman of the Board, Craig House Center; Board Member, Putnam Hospital Inc.; Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation and chair of its Tourism Committee; Chair, City of Beacon’s 85th Anniversary Celebration (1998); Past President (five terms), Beacon Historical Society; V.P., Dutchess County Genealogical Society; Past Board Member: Howland Circulating Library, Fishkill Rural Cemetery, MidHudson Regional Hospital of Westchester Medical Center, Stony Kill Environ-mental Center, Hudson Valley Unit of the American Cancer Society, Dutchess Community College, Locust Grove Historic Site, Dutchess Regional Chamber of Commerce, Elant Healthcare and Beacon Corps, Salvation Army.
Affiliations: DAR; Southern Dutchess Exchange Club; Beacon B.P.O.E.; Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War; Chelsea Yacht Club; Huguenot Society of America; Daughters of American Colonists; and Dutchess County and Beacon historical societies.
Honors: St. Bonaventure University Journalism Alumni of the Year, 2022
Bernardo de Galvez Award of the Bernardo de Galvez Association, 2022
Distinguished Citizen Award, Hudson Valley Boy Scouts Council, 2018
SUNY New Paltz Business Hall of Fame, 2018
United Way of Dutchess-Orange Region Leadership Award, 2018
Innovation in Philanthropy Award, HV Chapter Fundraising Professionals, 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility Award, City/State Reports, 2016
Washington’s Headquarters Woman of History Award, 2016
NSDAR Women in American History Award, 2016
Our Lady of Lourdes High School Legion of Honor, 2016
Mount St. Mary College Joseph A. Bonura Leadership Award, 2015
Marist College President’s Award, 2014
GET Entrepreneur Woman of the Year, 2014
Junior League of Dutchess County Woman of the Year, 2012
Dutchess ARC Bessie Payne Humanitarian Award, 2012
Meritorious Service Award, Exchange Club of So. Dutchess, 2011
Dutchess Community Foundation Garden Party Honoree, 2007
Central Hudson Executive of the Year, 2005
Dutchess Award, Dutchess County Historical Society, 2005
City of Beacon Volunteer of the Year, 1999
NYS DAR Outstanding Chapter Regent, 1999-2000
YWCA Salute to Women and Industry Honoree, 1990 and 1997
Author: Historic Beacon (1998), Beacon Revisited (2003), Doorways to History: The Stories Behind the New York DAR Chapter Houses and the Women Who Saved Them (2006); and Daughters of the Empire State (2016). Editor of Beacon’s Memory Keeper and Storyteller: Robert J. Murphy (2020).
Personal: Chelsea resident; married to Christopher G. Barclay;
Three adult sons: Schuyler, Troy and Brett VanBuren; grandmother to James.
1997 Mount St. Mary College, Newburgh, NY master’s in business administration
1983 St. Bonaventure University, Olean, NY bachelor’s in mass communication/journalism
Admiral Mullen graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1968 and he served in the Navy until his retirement in 2011. Admiral Mullen served as the 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He acted as the principal military advisor to the Secretary of Defense, the Homeland Security Council, the National Security Council, and the President of the United States.
Admiral Mullen also served as the 32nd Vice Chief of Naval Operations and as the 28th Chief of Naval Operations during his time with the US Navy.
General Barry R. McCaffrey is President of his own consulting firm based in Arlington, Virginia (www.mccaffreyassociates.com). He serves as a national security and terrorism analyst for NBC News. The Washington Speakers Bureau exclusively represents his speeches.
General McCaffrey served as the Bradley Distinguished Professor of International Security Studies from January 2001 to May 2005; and then as an Adjunct Professor of International Security Studies from May 2005 to December 2010 at the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. General McCaffrey graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He holds a Master of Arts degree in civil government from American University. He attended the Harvard University National Security Program as well as the Business School Executive Education Program. In May 2010, he was honored as a Distinguished Graduate by the West Point Association of Graduates at the United States Military Academy.
General McCaffrey has been elected to the Board of Directors of CRC Health Corporation and the Atlantic Council of the United States. He is also: a member of the Council on Foreign Relations; an Associate of the InterAmerican Dialogue; Chairman of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Education Center Advisory Board; and a member of the Board of Advisors of the National Infantry Foundation, as well as the National Armor & Cavalry Heritage Foundation. General McCaffrey has had a long association with the Phoenix House Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to drug and alcohol abuse treatment, prevention and therapy.
Unanimously confirmed in 2011 by the U.S. Senate as the twenty-third Secretary of Defense, Leon E. Panetta has had a fifty year career in public service at the highest levels of government: as Secretary of Defense, he established a new defense strategy; as Director of the CIA, he successfully led the operation that brought Osama bin Ladin to justice.
Secretary Panetta began his public service career in 1964 as a First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, receiving the Army Commendation Medal, and then served as a legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Tom Kuchel. In 1969, he was appointed Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, where he was responsible for enforcing equal education laws.
Elected to Congress in 1976, Secretary Panetta represented the California Central Coast district for sixteen years and created the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. In 1993, he was sworn in as Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget for the Clinton administration and later was appointed White House chief of staff, working to achieve a balanced federal budget.
In 1997, Secretary Panetta returned to his home town of Monterey to establish and co-direct The Panetta Institute for Public Policy, a non-partisan, not-for-profit study center that seeks to inspire men and women to lives of public service. He is currently Chairman of the institute.
He chronicles his life in public service in his best-selling memoir Worthy Fights, which was published by Penguin Press in the fall of 2014.
Vinton G. Cerf is vice president and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google. He contributes to global policy development and continued spread of the Internet. Widely known as one of the “Fathers of the Internet,” Cerf is the co-designer of the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of the Internet. He has served in executive positions at MCI, the Corporation for National Research Initiatives and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and on the faculty of Stanford University.
Vint Cerf served as chairman of the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) from 2000-2007 and has been a Visiting Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1998. Cerf served as founding president of the Internet Society (ISOC) from 1992-1995. Cerf is a Fellow of the IEEE, ACM, and American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the International Engineering Consortium, the Computer History Museum, the British Computer Society, the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, the Worshipful Company of Stationers and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He currently serves as Past President of the Association for Computing Machinery, chairman of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) and completed a term as Chairman of the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology for the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. President Obama appointed him to the National Science Board in 2012.
Cerf is a recipient of numerous awards and commendations in connection with his work on the Internet, including the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, US National Medal of Technology, the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, the Prince of Asturias Award, the Tunisian National Medal of Science, the Japan Prize, the Charles Stark Draper award, the ACM Turing Award, Officer of the Legion d’Honneur and 25 honorary degrees. In December 1994, People magazine identified Cerf as one of that year’s “25 Most Intriguing People.”
His personal interests include fine wine, gourmet cooking and science fiction. Cerf and his wife, Sigrid, were married in 1966 and have two sons, David and Bennett.
The Honorable Craig R. Stapleton is a Senior Advisor at Stone Point Capital in Greenwich, Connecticut. He is a director of Tenax Aerospace and Vivino Inc. He is a co-owner of the St. Louis Cardinals. He was President of Marsh and McLennan Real Estate Advisors of New York from 1982 until 2001.
During the administration of George H. W. Bush, Ambassador Stapleton served on the Board of the Peace Corps. From 2005 to 2009, he served as Ambassador to France. In 2009, French President Nicolas Sarkozy named him Commandeur of the Legion of Honor. He was designated an honorary citizen of Deauville, Chateauneuf du Pape, Rocamadour, and Vienne. From 2001 to 2004, Stapleton served as Ambassador to the Czech Republic. He was given the Jan Masaryk Medal for service to the Czech Republic.
Ambassador Stapleton received his secondary school education at Phillips Exeter Academy. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School.
Stapleton serves on the boards of the Vaclav Havel Foundation, the American Friends of Compiegne, the United Way Tocqueville of France, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, and the Trust for the National Mall. He is a Trustee of the American University in Paris and the Fishback Foundation. He has served on the Visiting Committee for Harvard College Athletics and the Committee on University Resources and Athletics.
Keep Faith with the American Doughboy
The Doughboy Foundation
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Washington, DC 20004
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2013.