Talk:Dan Fefferman

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Work history[edit]

I started working for the ICRF in 1997, not 1984 as the article claims. I think there might be confusion here between me and the original director of (I)CRF... Dan Holdgriewe. In 1984 I was at the Unification Theological Seminary. From there I served briefly as regional coordinator of the UC in California, and then as publications director of the American Freedom Coalition in DC 71.126.163.151 (talk) 19:11, 14 March 2013 (UTC) Dan Fefferman