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Dawley, David, b. 1941



David Dawley, Dartmouth College class of 1963, was born on August 26, 1941 in Westminster, Massachusetts. Dawley earned a Masters of Social Work from the University of Michigan in 1967 and completed the Owner/President Management professional education sessions offered through the Harvard Business School in 1979. He was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras from 1963 through 1965, and from 1967 through 1969, he was a community organizer in Chicago working with the street gang called the "Vice Lords". In addition, Dawley has worked in business, government and social services as a civil rights activist, company president, consultant, lobbyist and special assistant to the Governor of Massachusetts. Dawley received presidential appointments to the National Advisory Council of Peace Corps, and the White House Conference on Small Business.

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David Dawley papers

Identifier: MS-1329
Date(s): 1958 to 2018

David Dawley, Dartmouth College class of 1963. David Dawley’s files on his involvement with civil rights, the Conservative Vice Lords of Chicago, Peace Corps, The Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, Washington earmarks and other ventures.

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