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"Suzanne Gerson has degrees from Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, English Literature,1952; Graduate work towards M.A.T. Teaching Shakespeare, Smith College in Washington, DC, 1968; Sociology, Dominican College, San Rafael, California,1971-2. Sue’s working career includes: Administrative Assistant, The Asia Foundation, San Francisco and New York; Administrative Assistant and Researcher, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Administrative Assistant, Institute for Energy Analysis, Washington, DC and Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Program Officer, International Visitor Program (USIA and State Department), Meridian International Center, Washington, DC. Over a 30 year period, she had intensive career in international exchange of students and professionals, arranging programs for individuals and groups in US cultural, educational and governmental affairs, both in the US and abroad. Sue volunteers for Youth for Understanding, Washington, DC. Presently, she is a member, Steering Committee, The Asia Foundation Alumni Association. She has traveled in Asia, Eastern and Western Europe, Russia, and Africa." 
- Director, Golden Gate Friends of Mongolia
Resources and articles
- Board, Golden Gate Friends of Mongolia, accessed December 19, 2010.