John S.R. Shad
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John Sigsbee Rees Shad (1923–1994), served as chairman of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission between 1981 and 1987. He also served as the ambassador to the Netherlands. He had two children, Leslie and Rees Shad, and was married to Patricia Shad. He has a building named after him at the Harvard Business School, called Shad Hall. He had degrees from the University of Southern California, the Harvard Business School and the New York University Law School.
He said when he was the head of the SEC that he had wanted to spend a third of his life learning, a third earning, and a third serving.
Harold M. Williams
|Securities and Exchange Commission Chair
1981 – 1987
David Sturtevant Ruder
L. Paul Bremer
|58th U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands
C. Howard Wilkins, Jr.
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