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COLERIDGE, Paul (James Duke) (born 1949), a Judge of the High Court, Family Division, 2000–14; Founder and Chairman, Marriage Foundation, since 2012

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RAMSBOTTOM, Paul Benjamin (born 1976), Chief Executive (formerly Executive Secretary), Wolfson Foundation, since 2007; Chief Executive (formerly Secretary), Wolfson Family Charitable Trust, since 2007

HOMDEN, Carol Ann (born 1960), Chief Executive, Thomas Coram Foundation for Children (Coram) (formerly Coram Family), since 2007

GLENN, Owen (George) (born 1940), Executive Chairman and Owner, OTS Logistics Group, 1978–2011; Founder, Glenn Family Foundation, since 1984

Family Consequences of Children's Disabilities By Dennis Hogan Russell Sage Foundation. 2012. 132 pages. $27.50 paper

Still Connected: Family and Friends in America Since 1970 By Claude S. Fischer Russell Sage Foundation. 2011. 176 pages. $24.95 paper

Changing Rhythms of American Family Life By Suzanne M. Bianchi, John P. Robinson and Melissa A. Milkie Russell Sage Foundation. 2006. 249 pages. $27.50 cloth

Families That Work: Policies for Reconciling Parenthood and Employment By Janet C. Gornick and Marcia K. Meyers Russell Sage Foundation, 2003. 392 pages. $39.95 (cloth), $19.95 (paper)

 

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