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Jonathan Moore has worked for more than 45 years in humanitarian relief and development, public service and education, including as US Ambassador to the United Nations from 1989-1992.
In addition to serving as UN Ambassador and representative to its Economic and Social Council, he was US Coordinator and Ambassador at Large for Refugees and Director of the Refugee Program, US Department of State from 1986-1989. He served in Washington D.C. as Deputy Secretary of State, Counselor to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, and Associate Attorney General in the Justice Department during 1969-1973.
He was former director of the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Ambassador Moore is currently a senior advisor to the United Nations Development Program and an associate at the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press,
Politics and Public Policy at the Kennedy School. He serves on the boards of the War-torn Societies International Project in Geneva, the Center for the Study of Social Policy in
Washington, D. C., and the Boston Center for Adult Education. Moore is also a fellow at the Center for Naval Analyses in Alexandria, Virginia. He is a prolific editor.
Ambassador Moore graduated from Dartmouth College and Harvard University.