Donald W. Riegle, Jr., MBA Biography
||Former US Senator (D-MI)
||None Found to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
No position found as of Mar. 7, 2007
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|Involvement and Affiliations:
||Chairman, Government Relations Team, APCO Worldwide, 2001-present
Adjunct Professor, School of Business, Michigan State University, 1995-present
Member, Board of Directors, Stillwater Mining
Member, Board of Directors, WellPoint Inc.
US Senator (D-MI), 1976-1995
Reelected as a Democrat to the 94th Congress, 1974-1976
Elected as a Republican to the 90th Congress, 1966-1973
Executive Committee Chair, Shandwick Public Affairs, 1995
Chairman, US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, 1989-1995
Former Faculty Member, Michigan State University, Boston University, and Harvard University
||Graduate studies, Harvard Business School
MBA, Marketing and Finance, Michigan State University, 1961
BA, Business and Economics, University of Michigan, 1960
||Initiated an investigation into service members' illnesses arising from service during the Gulf War of 1990-1991, August, 1993
Changed party affiliation to Democrat, 1973