1984 ESHS Hall of Fame Inductee

 


 
   
 
 


Wayne Limberg, Ph.D.
Class of 1965

Academic

Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Loyola University of Los Angeles; Ph. D. in Russian History from Georgetown University Graduate School; Dissertation; "Permanent Revolution:  Materials on the Origins and Meaning of the Theory and Its Influence on Marxist-leninist Thought."  Post Graduate Study on Soviet Policy towards the Third World at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies.

Career

Analyst, Soviet Affairs, Central Intelligence Agency, 1974-1980; Research Analyst in Soviet Foreign Policy, Office for the Analysis of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.  Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, 1980-198X; currently, Chief, Middle East/Africa/Latin America Branch, Third World Activities Division, Office of Soviet Analysis, Central Intelligence Agency.  Honors and Commendations:  State Department Certificate of Outstanding Performance, State Department Meritorious Honor Award for Analysis of Soviet Policy in Afghanistan, Africa, and the Mid-East; Director of Central Intelligence Exceptional Analyst Award.