Volunteer: Robert Moulthrop
BA, Brandeis University 1961; MA, Catholic University of America 1966; City University of New York, administrative positions, then Director, University Relations 1966 - 1975; Director, Marketing & Communications, Educational Testing Service 1975 - 1983; Marketing Director, Deloitte NY 1983-1988; Marketing Director KPMG NY 1988-1992; VP Communcations, Scudder 1992-1995; Director, Marketing & Communications, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation 1995-2003. Since, freelance financial writer. Produced playwright and published short story writer. Divorced; 3 children; 4 grandchildren. Live, work, and write in New York City..
Contributions from Robert Moulthrop
Author’s Note: I wrote these poems at different times during my Peace Corps tour. I was a teacher at the University of Ibadan in Western Nigeria. We were in that lucky two-year window, right after Independence and right before the Revolution: Everything seemed possible, democracy was in the air. We weathered the shattering of being very far away from home during the assassination of President Kennedy, and we continued working. I’m a writer now—short stories and plays—but these poems are, so...