Lamond Godwin

  • Spring 1985

Lamond Godwin worked from 1967 to 170 for the Ford Foundation as a program consultant on economic development in the South. In 1977, he was appointed as special assistant to the US Secretary of Labor and Administrator of National Employment Programs. After leaving the Carter Administration he worked as a consultant to the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations, and as a political advisor to the Reverend Jesse Jackson. Mr. Godwin was one of the principal architects of Rev. Jackson's campaign for the Democratic party nomination for President of the U.S. and he is the political director of the National Rainbow Coalition.