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DAVID DUNN

Texas & Queen's 1959 (23 August 1937 - 14 March 2015)

DAVID DUNN

Mr Dunn grew up El Paso, Texas and attended Princeton University. While at Oxford, he was elected Chairman of the Junior Members Council of the University. This Council included the Junior Council Presidents of each of the 30 colleges at Oxford. David was the first American student at Oxford student at Oxford to be elected to this position.Following graduation from Oxford, Mr Dunn entered the United States Army, he was stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. David was honorably discharged from the Army at the rank of Captain on June 15, 1965.He then returned to Princeton University, where he studied at the Woodrow Wilson School for two years, and he was awarded a Masters Degree. In 1967, Mr Dunn began working at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. and during his distinguished World Bank career he contributed significantly to the Bank’s developmental efforts in a large number of countries in Asia and Africa, including India, Bangladesh, South Korea, Kenya, and Somalia. He served in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s as Chief of the Bangladesh Division within The World Bank.