Appointment of Stanton D. Anderson as a Member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations
The President today announced the appointment of Stanton D. Anderson as a member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations. He will succeed Myer Rashish.
Mr. Anderson is currently senior partner with the law firm of Anderson, Hibey, Nauheim and Blair of Washington, D.C. During the transition period, he served as director of the economic affairs group. During the Presidential campaign, he served as counselor to the Reagan-Bush Committee. He also served as general counsel to the 1980 Republican National Convention. In 1973-75 he was Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, and in 1971-73 he was Staff Assistant to the President. Mr. Anderson was with the law firm of Surrey and Morse, of Washington, D.C., in 1968-80, except for his time in government service. He has also served as assistant traffic manager of Pacific Northwest Bell, in Salem, Oreg., in 1965-66.
Mr. Anderson graduated from Westmore College, Santa Barbara, Calif. (1962) and Willamette University School of Law, Salem, Oreg. (1969). He has two children and resides in Washington, D.C. He was born October 18, 1940, in Portland, Oreg.
Ronald Reagan, Appointment of Stanton D. Anderson as a Member of the Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/246763