Reginald W. Griffith

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Reginald W. Griffith, Treasurer of the Millennium Institute is "a city planner and community development consultant, is involved in projects in several African countries. He is the former executive director of the National Capital Planning Commission, a position he was appointed to in 1979, and remained in until 2000 when he became a senior policy advisor to USAID in South Africa. Mr. Griffith also served as a commissioner and vice chairman of the Commission from 1975-1979. He previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Planning Association Foundation, the Design Advisory Panel for the City of Baltimore, Maryland, the Washing, D.C. Commission of the Arts & Humanities, and the Corporation for the D.C. Agenda. As a professor of planning at Howard University for nine years, Mr. Griffith served as the Department’s Chair for the last three of those years; and from 1980-1983, he was a senior partner with the architectural and planning firm, Communitas in Boston, Massachusetts. He found Reg Griffith Associates, a firm practicing city planning, community development and architecture. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree and a Masters in City Planning from M.I.T. In 1961/62, was a Traveling Fellow to Africa with the Institute of International Education, and was later an M.I.T. Visiting Scholar (1989-91)." [1]

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  1. Reginald W. Griffith, Millennium Institute, accessed July 16, 2007.