C. Maxwell Stanley
|C. Maxwell Stanley|
|Education||University of Iowa: 1926 B.S., engineering; 1930 M.S., hydraulic engineering|
|Children||David (b. 1928); Richard (b. 1933); Jane (b. 1936)|
|Engineering discipline||civil engineering, engineering consulting|
|Institution memberships||Stanley Consultants|
Claude Maxwell "Max" Stanley (1904–1984) was an American engineer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, peace activist, and world citizen. He founded Stanley Consultants, an engineering and consulting firm; co-founded HON Industries, an office furniture manufacturing company; and funded the Stanley Foundation, an international relations think tank. All three organizations are headquartered in Muscatine, Iowa, U.S.A.