Stephen M. Studdert


Stephen Mark Studdert (Born 1948) served on the White House staff as Advisor to United States Presidents George Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Gerald Ford. Studdert was born in 1948 in Petaluma, California, to Harry and June Studdert. He was awarded a bachelor's degree in public administration by Brigham Young University in 1971. From 1973 to 1975 Studdert was chief of the Brigham City, Utah police department. He was an elected Bountiful City Council member between 1978 and 1980, and the 1975 United States Junior Chamber President. Mr. Studdert has represented U.S. Presidents in diplomatic assignments to over one hundred nations. Between 1983 and 1987 he served on the President's Export Council, the Export Advisory Now Council and the Foreign Trade Practices and Negotiations Subcommittee. He was a United States Delegate to the United Nations Energy Conference in Africa and to the 40th anniversary NATO Summit. Studdert founded Mantford Ventures in 1980, an investment banking firm, and i3 Technologies in 2005. He also founded a commercial bank and currently serves on numerous corporate board directorships. As a strong advocate of affordable housing, Studdert headed the national Native  ( Wikipedia article )


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Brigham Young University

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