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People of Note
David I. Andrianoff, B.A. 1972
Thomas K. Craine, Ph.D. 1972 & Ed.M. 1966
Arlene I. Greenspan, B.S. 1976
Joseph A. Raelin, Ph.D. 1977
Helen C. Kregg, B.A. 1991




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David I. Andrianoff, B.A. 1972

 
David I. Andrianoff, B.A. 1972, a member of the Seattle-based relief and development organization World Concern, has been appointed as the organizationís first Eurasia director. Initially, this position will include responsibility for the organizationís programs and staff in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, the Republic of Georgia and Uzbekistan.

Before joining World Concern in 1982, Andrianoff worked with Compassion and Mercy Associates Services (CAMA) as the organizationís project director for refugee camps in Thailand. He then joined World Concern as country manager for Laos, successfully registering World Concern at a time when only one other nongovernmental organization had registered in that country since the establishment of a communist government in 1975. There he designed and implemented the organizationís first Laotian community development program, which focused on health care, agriculture, clean water and education.

After 10 years in Laos, Andrianoff became country manager for Mongolia, where he founded and became the executive director of JCS International, the only consortium of Christian humanitarian agencies providing assistance in that nation. After spending time in yet another country, Malaysia, Andrianoff went on to assist World Concernís Asia-area director with the management of 11 Asian countries, and in 2001 became assistant to the World Concern president. He resides in Port Ludlow, WA.

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