National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity Appointment of Six Members.
The President today announced the appointment of six persons as members of the National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity for terms expiring September 22, 1980. The Council is a 21-member advisory council affiliated with the Community Services Administration. Those appointed are:
HANNAH HUME BIRD, of Florence, Ky., who is active in community affairs such as the Northern Kentucky Human Services Planning Council and the Northern Kentucky Area Development District Human Services Advisory Board;
WILLIAM M. DALEY, a Chicago attorney;
MS. L. C. DORSEY, of Jackson, Miss., executive director of the Mississippi Council on Human Relations and associate director of the Southern Coalition on Jails and Prisons;
HAZEL N. DUKES, of Roslyn Heights, N.Y., president of the New York State Conference of Branches of the NAACP and director of administrative services for the New York City Off-Track Betting Corp.;
GEOFFREY FAUX, of Whitefield, Maine, an economist and codirector of the Exploratory Project for Economic Alternatives;
W. PHILIP McLAURIN, of Portland, Oreg., ombudsman for the State of Oregon and former acting director of the City of Portland Training and Employment Division, Human Resources Bureau.
Jimmy Carter, National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity Appointment of Six Members. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/245032