THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
PRESIDENT NAMES VICTORIA MCCAMMON MCHUGH MURPHY TO THE J. WILLIAM
FULBRIGHT FOREIGN SCHOLARSHIP BOARD
President Clinton today announced his intent to reappoint Victoria Murphy as a member of the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Victoria McCammon McHugh Murphy of Portland, Maine, is the Director for Pan Atlantic Consultants, a market research firm whose clients include companies in international business, education and non-profit sectors, such as the Maine Development Foundations, the Maine Department of Education, the Family Planning Association, and the governments of Canada, Austria, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. Ms. Murphy was the Deputy Social Secretary for President and Mrs. Carter, and was Personal Assistant to President Johnson. Ms. Murphy served two terms as a member on the Board of Directors at the Maryland Public Television Stations. She has been a member of the Fulbright Board since 1993.
The J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board selects students, scholars, teachers and trainees to participate in educational exchanges. Approximately 4,700 new grants are awarded to individuals annually through the U.S. Information Agency. The Board finances studies to selected individuals who reside in the United States and abroad.