Thomas L. Rhodes
Thomas L. (Dusty) Rhodes "is President of National Review and a member of the magazine’s Board of Directors. He is founder and co-chairman of the American Civil Rights Coalition, a trustee of the Empire Foundation for Policy Research, the founder and a trustee of Change-NY, and co-chairman of the Club for Growth. He was the founder and a director of the Project for the Republican Future (1993–1995), a board member of the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprises (1996–1997), a trustee of the Manhattan Institute (1996–1998), a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1991–1997), and a trustee of the Heritage Foundation (1993–1999).
"Prior to joining National Review, Rhodes held several posts at Goldman, Sachs & Company in New York. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1974 and subsequently served as vice president (1977–1982); vice chairman, Goldman Sachs Limited, London, England (1982–1985); and partner (1986–1992).
"Rhodes is co-chairman of Asset Investors Corporation, Denver, Colorado (NYSE), and co-chairman of Commercial Assets, Inc., Denver (ASE), and also serves on the following boards: Apartment Investment and Management Company, Denver; the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Milwaukee, Wisc.; Delphi Financial Group, Inc. & Subsidiaries, New York; Delphi International Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda; and Oracle Reinsurance Ltd., Hamilton, Bermuda.
"Rhodes received a B.A. (1963) and MBA (1965) from the University of Pennsylvania. He is married and has three children."
Rhodes was "one of the founders of the Project for the Republican Future, which has had such a salutary impact in formulating some of the specific debates on major public policy issues since it began about two years ago." Rhodes, a graduate of the Wharton School, was also a graduate school classmate to Midge Decter.
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