Gordon O. F. Johnson
Gordon Johnson, "career began in government, both civilian and military, followed by thirty years in business and ten years consulting and education.
"Mr. Johnson was CEO, of LogEtronics, Inc., in Springfield VA, an equipment manufacturing business with customers in 90 countries, subsidiaries in Switzerland, Denmark and Australia, and licensees in Japan and the Netherlands. He was President of the Research and Engineering Council of the Graphic Arts Industry and an officer or director of various other industry associations, and on business advisory boards of the Export Import Bank, the Department of Commerce, the Governor of Virginia, Rochester Institute of Technology and Carnegie Mellon University. He was an elected delegate to the 1986 White House Conference on Small Business and testified several times before Congressional Committees.
"In 1985, he co-founded the Center for Privatization to advise the U.S. Agency for International Development on privatization of state enterprises, serving as Deputy Director until 1990 and then as a senior advisor.
"Early in his career he helped establish the first overseas U.S. aid missions in Southeast Asia under the Marshall Plan, and worked on foreign military assistance programs in the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations during the Korean War.
"He attended M.I.T., received his B.A. in Economics and International Relations (with distinction) from Stanford University in 1948, and his M.B.A. from Harvard University in 1950. " 
- Adjunct Scholar, Acton Institute
- Advisory Board, Initiative for Public Policy Analysis (Nigeria)