Alan Paul Anderson

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Alan Paul Anderson
Commissioner of the
Federal Maritime Commission
In office
2003–2007

Alan Paul Anderson is a former Commissioner for the Federal Maritime Commission of the United States. He was nominated by President George W. Bush on April 11, 2003. In May 2004 he was confirmed by the United States Senate.[1]

Personal Information[edit]

Before becoming Commissioner for the Federal Maritime Commission, Anderson was the Vice President of JM Family Enterprises. Prior to that he was the Director of Public Affairs to Port Everglades.

Education[edit]

Anderson attended the University of Florida, and he received his bachelor's degree in 1982. He also completed a graduate program at Harvard University, where he specialized in Government.[2]

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