Nomination of Richard
Llewellyn Williams To Be United States Ambassador to Mongolia
May 10, 1988
President today announced his intention to nominate Richard Llewellyn Williams,
of the District of Columbia, a career member of the
Senior Foreign Service, Class of Minister-Counselor, as Ambassador to the
Mongolian People's Republic. Diplomatic relations were established at the
ambassadorial level with the Mongolian People's Republic in January 1987.
Williams is currently Country Director of the Office of Chinese and Mongolian
Affairs at the Department of State in Washington, DC. Previously, he served
as deputy consul general in Hong Kong from 1981 to 1985, and
as consul general in Guangzhou (Canton). He was Deputy
Director of the Office of Micronesian Status Negotiations, 1978 - 1979, and a
student at the National War College, 1977 - 1978. Mr.
Williams was a country officer for Fiji and Papua New Guinea at the Department of
State, 1975 - 1977; an international relations officer for the Bureau of
Intelligence and Research, 1972 - 1975; and a political officer for the U.S. consulate general in Hong Kong, 1968 - 1972. He
attended the Foreign Institute for Chinese language training, 1967 - 1968. From
1965 to 1967, he was detailed to the White House correspondence staff. He
served in the United States Army, 1953 - 1955, and joined the Foreign Service
Williams graduated from the University of Chicago (A.B., 1948), Purdue University (B.S., 1951), and Harvard University (M.B.A., 1953). He was
born December 28, 1929, in Chicago, IL. He is married, has two
children, and resides in Washington, DC.
Nomination of Philip D.
Winn To Be United States Ambassador to Switzerland
May 10, 1988
President today announced his intention to nominate Philip D. Winn to be
Ambassador to Switzerland. He would succeed Faith
1987 Mr. Winn has served as chairman of the board of the Philips Development
Corp., in Englewood, CO. Prior to this he
served as chairman of the board for Philip D. Winn & Associates, Inc., 1976
- 1987. From 1981 to 1982, he was Assistant Secretary at the Department of
Housing and Urban Development and Federal Housing Commissioner. Mr. Winn also
served as senior vice president of Witkin Homes/U.S.
Homes, 1964 - 1976.
Winn graduated from the University of Michigan (B.A., 1948). He was
born February 1, 1925, in New Britain, CT. He served in the United
States Army, 1943 - 1945. Mr. Winn is married, has two children, and resides in
Nomination of W. Allen
Wallis To Be Alternate United States Governor of the
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Inter-American
May 10, 1988
President today announced his intention to nominate W. Allen Wallis to be
United States Alternate Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction
and Development for a term of 5 years, and to be United States Alternate
Governor of the Inter-American Development Bank for a term of 5 years. This is
1982 Mr. Wallis has been Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs at the
Department of State in Washington, DC. Prior to this he
served at the University of Rochester as chancellor, 1970 -
1982, and president, 1962 - 1970. Mr. Wallis was also with the University of Chicago, serving as dean of the
graduate school of business, 1956 - 1962, and as chairman of the department of
statistics, 1949 - 1957. He has also worked at the National Bureau of Economic
Research, the Ford Foundation, and the Center for Advanced Study in the
Wallis graduated from the University of Minnesota (A.B., 1932). He was
born November 5, 1912, in Philadelphia, PA. He is married, has two children, and resides in Washington, DC.