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On September 29, 1951, J. Steven Rhodes (pictured) was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Rhodes was an American agent for Zimbabwe. He went to Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles, California once he received his high-school diploma. Rhodes used to be part of the LMU 1969 Hall of Fame football crew. He obtained his Bachelor of Science at LMU in 1973.
Rhodes worked in the Dart Industries in Los Angeles from 1973 to 1981. In mid-1973 and 1976, he operated at the firm’s earning and income distribution. He was also the organization’s Director of Government Affairs from 1976 to 1981. Rhodes persisted in going back to school to further his education when he was working at Dart.
In 1977, Rhodes received his master’s degree in Science at Pepperdine University in Los Angeles. He went to a communal assistant whilst he was an administrative candidate. Rhodes was scheduled through President Ronald Reagan to provide service at the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs while being an exclusive aide intermediary for the civic and the district representatives in 1981. From 1981-1983, Rhodes was able to assist at the time.
Rhodes was given credit for anyone that contributed to persuading President Reagan in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through a global celebration. He behooved into a prime national guideline consultant for Vice President George H.W. Bush. Rhodes continued to operate as a consultant till 1985. Rhodes also moved to New York City to get back to working for a free-enterprise system as Vice President of the Public Finance Division of the investing company in 1985.
Once the industry transported him to California, Rhodes continued to work in the environment he transformed into as an administrative leader of Los Angeles general subsidize agency till 1987.