IJF Officers

James L. Greenfield is a member of The New York Times' editorial board. Formerly, he was editor of the paper's Sunday Magazine and assistant managing editor and foreign editor. In 1972, he was the editor in charge of the Pentagon Papers for which The Times won a Pulitzer Prize.

Donald M. Wilson is publisher of Business News New Jersey, a biweekly newspaper he co-founded. He retired from Time Inc. as corporate vice president-public affairs. He was a Life correspondent for twelve years and served with USIA under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.

Nancy Ward is responsible for IJF's management of the Centers. She has a background in international  research and has extensive experience with non-profit groups.


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