(ca. 1892–?), black teacher, St. Louis; insurance agent, Atlanta; returned to D.C.; social economist, race relations specialist, FSA (1935–40); consultant, chief, Negro Relations Section, NYA (1940); regional affairs officer (Denver), NYA (1942); successively, field examiner, acting dir., dir. of Region IV (D.C.), FEPC (1943–45); associate exec. secy., President’s Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services (Fahy Committee), created in 1948. Born in D.C. BA, U. of Mich.