George Zeidenstein, is a Visiting Distinguished Fellow at the Center for Population and Development Studies, "where he has been teaching and mentoring graduate students since 1993. Before that, he was President and a Trustee of the Population Council for seventeen years. Earlier, Zeidenstein worked on a wide spectrum of international development issues with the Ford Foundation and the Peace Corps, including several years of residence with his wife and their two children in Nepal as Country Director of the Peace Corps and in Bangladesh as Resident Representative of the Ford Foundation. Zeidenstein has been decorated by the governments of Finland and Senegal for his international development work. He is author of a published memoir of his early life entitled, Lifelines. During his first ten years of professional life, Zeidenstein practiced corporate and securities law in New York City." 
- Former Board Member, International Center for Research on Women
Resources and articles
- ↑ Center Members, Center for Population and Development Studies, accessed December 28, 2007.