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About Alan Keyes
Hailing from America, Alan Keyes is a writer, pundit and diplomat. In 1979, he started his diplomatic career at the United States consulate in Mumbai. The following year, he was moved to the U. S. embassy in Zimbabwe. Two years later, Keyes was made an Ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council by President Ronald Reagan. From 1985 to 1987, he served as the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations.
In 1988, Keyes ran for the position of a U. S. Senate but unfortunately lost to Paul Sarbanes. In 1996 and 2000, he contested the position of a flag bearer for the Republican Party but he lost on both occasions. He was also a member of the National Security Council.
From 1989 to 1991, Keyes functioned as the president of Citizens Against Government Waste. He is the founder of CAGW's National Taxpayers' Action Day.
He studied at Cornell University and Harvard University.
His parents are Allison L. Keyes and Gerthina Quick. He has four siblings. In 1979, he married Jocelyn Marcel Keyes. He fathers three children whose names are Francis Keyes, Andrew Keyes and Maya Keyes.
His legal name is Alan Lee Keyes.
He was greatly influenced by Professor Allan Bloom.
Keyes had been a member of The Hangover and the Cornell University Glee Club.
Keyes was the Interim President of Alabama A&M University in 1991.
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F.A.Q. about Alan Keyes
When is his birthday?
Alan Keyes' birthday is on August 7, 1950.
In how many days is his birthday?
Alan's birthday is in 314 days
How old is he?
He is 72 years old.
Where is Alan from?
He was born in Long Island, New York, U.S..