Charlotte V. Kuh
Charlotte V. Kuh is Treasurer of the American Council of Learned Societies. She "is Deputy Executive Director of the Policy and Global Affairs Division in the National Research Council. ... She also oversees two large operational programs that select over three hundred post-doctoral fellows annually for positions in national laboratories and that select recipients of pre- and post-doctoral fellowships sponsored by the Ford Foundation. Previously, she was director of the Graduate Record Examinations at the Educational Testing Service where she initiated the first computerization of a national admissions test and a program of research designed to introduce measurement of a broader range of student talents for use in graduate admissions. She has also been a manager at AT&T and has taught at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and at Stanford. She has served on a number of National Research Council study committees and on advisory committees for the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, the National Science Foundation, and the Law School at New York University. She received her undergraduate degree (magna cum laude) from Harvard and her Ph.D. in economics from Yale University." 
- "Biography", American Council of Learned Societies, Accessed December 2006.