William Goodfellow

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For the politician in Ontario, Canada, see Bill Goodfellow.

William Chester Goodfellow (May 25, 1947 –) is a founding member and Executive director of the Center for International Policy.

Goodfellow earned his undergraduate degree in 1970 from Boston University and received his Masters from the Cambridge-Goddard Graduate School for Social Change in 1972. He served as an associate at the Indochina Resource Center from 1971-1975. In 1975 he co-founded the Center for International Policy.

Goodfellow has provided input to congressional subcommittees on numerous foreign policy related issues. He currently serves on the Advisory Board of Foreign Policy In Focus and is president of the Board of Directors of the Latin American Working Group Education Fund. He has been married to Pulitzer Prize winning Dana Priest since 1989.

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