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Kenneth Duberstein

Kenneth Duberstein, Chairman and CEO of  The Duberstein Group.

He was born on April 21, 1944.

In 1965 Duberstein graduated from Franklin and Marshall College (A.B.) and in 1966 – American University (M.A.).
In 1989 he received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Franklin and Marshall.

Professional activity:
Past relationships:

Committee for Economic Development – vice president & director
Timmons & Company Inc. – vice president
White House – chief of staff

Current relationships:

Boeing Company – director 
Brookings Institution – trustee 
ConocoPhillips – director 
Council on Foreign Relations – director 
Duberstein Group, Inc. – chairman & CEO
Fannie Mae – director 
Franklin & Marshall College – director 
Kennedy Center – honorary  trustee
Mack-Cali Corporation – director 
National Alliance to End Homelessness – director 
National Endowment for Democracy – director 
Travelers Companies Inc. – director

His earlier government service included Deputy Under Secretary of Labor during the Ford Administration and Director of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. General Services Administration.
He began his public service on Capitol Hill as an assistant to Senator Jacob K. Javits. Among the Board of Directors on which Mr. Duberstein serves are: The Boeing Company, Conoco, Inc., Fannie Mae, the Fleming Companies, Inc., and The St. Paul Companies, Inc. He also is on the Board of Governors for the American Stock Exchange and NASD. He is a trustee of Franklin & Marshall College and Johns Hopkins University and serves as well on a wide range of commissions, task forces, and cultural, educational and volunteer boards: Vice Chairman of the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Harvard University/Kennedy School's Institute of Politics Senior Advisory Committee, the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Ronald Reagan Institute of Emergency medicine, the National Alliance to End Homelessness, Ford's Theater and The American Council on Capital Formation.
From 1981 to 1983 he served as both the Assistant and the Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs.
In 1987 he served in the White House as Deputy Chief of Staff.
From 1988 to 1989 Mr. Duberstein served as Chief of Staff to President Ronald Reagan.
Prior to joining the Administration, he was Vice President and Director of Business-Government Relations of the Committee for Economic Development. He returned to the private sector between his various White House assignments as Vice President of Timmons & Company Inc, a government relations firm.
He is Chairman of the Ethics Committee for the U.S. Olympics Committee and served as Vice Chairman of the independent Special Bid Oversight Reform Commission for the U.S. Olympics Committee.

While in college he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau, a Jewish fraternity.

Awards: in January 1989 he was awarded the President's Citizens Medal.

He is married to Jacqueline Duberstein, the Washington Producer of the Charlie Rose Show.

The Duberstein Group is a Washington D.C. lobbying company. Services: corporate consulting and government relations.

Suite 500
2100 Pennsylvania Av NW
Washington, DC 20037-3202
Telephone: (202) 728-1100
Fax: (202) 728-1123

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