William Dyal, Jr.
William Dyal, Jr. is a member of the Board of Directors of The Development Gap. In 1969, Dyal and Augustin S. Hart, Jr. co-founded the Congressionally-funded Inter-American Foundation. 
Dyal was "President of St. John’s College in Annapolis from 1987-90 after serving as Consultant Advisor to the President of the Ford Foundation and as President of AFS International/Intercultural Programs, Inc. Through the 1970s he served as the founding President of the Inter-American Foundation, providing U.S. public funds to grassroots initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean. Previously he was Peace Corps Regional Director for North Africa, Near East and South Asia and Country Director in Colombia and worked with church social-change agencies in Latin America and the United States. He returned to the Peace Corps in the 1990s, when he served as Country Director in Panama," his Development Gap bio states. 
Note: AFS is the acronym for American Field Service. See AFS history.