Theodore L. Eliot, Jr.
Theodore L. Eliot, Jr. "first joined board of trustees of The Asia Foundation in 1990. He is a retired Foreign Service Officer who served in Sri Lanka, Germany, the Soviet Union, and Iran, and in 1973-1978, as U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan. His Washington assignments included executive secretary (1969-1973) and inspector general (1978) of the Department of State. In 1978 he retired from the Foreign Service after 30 years to become dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. In 1985-1987, he was director of The Asia Foundation's Center for Asian-Pacific Affairs. Ambassador Eliot has been a director of a number of corporations, including the Raytheon Company, and a board member of many non-profits in the international and environmental arenas. He previously served on The Asia Foundation's board from 1990-2002, including as vice chairman and chairman of the Executive Committee. He has B.A. and M.P.A. degrees from Harvard." 
Theodore L. Eliot, Jr. has served as a director of Neurobiological Technologies, Inc. since August 1992. "He joined the company in 1988 as Vice President... He was Dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy from 1978 to 1985 and a director of Raytheon Co. from 1983 to 1998. He is currently a director of Fiberstars, Inc." 
"Birds have been his lifetime hobby, and he joined PRBO in 1988 and became Board Chair in 1991 and 1992." 
- Honorary Director, PRBO Conservation Science 
- Media awards committee, American Academy of Diplomacy
- President (1971-2), American Foreign Service Association 
- "Biography", Asia Foundation, Accessed December 2006.
- "Biography", Neurobiological Technologies, Accessed December 2006.