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Phi Beta Delta Executive Offices

Phi Beta Delta Honor Society's current headquarters are housed at California State University, San Bernardino. The contact information for current headquarters is: Phi Beta Delta Headquarters, AD 148 & 150, California State University, San Bernardino. 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407. The current executive director for Phi Beta Delta is Dr. Rueyling Chuang. Dr. Yvonne Captain was the executive director for Phi Beta Delta from 2004-2011. Currently Dr. Captain serves as the regent of PBD. Its headquarters was housed at the famous address at at 1527 New Hampshire Avenue, lies in a historic district in Washington DC. The previous offices was located in Dupont Circle, Washington DC. and houses the offices of Phi Beta Delta and Policy Studies Organization. This site is also the former home of the son of James A. Garfield, the twentieth President of the United States. Dr. Harry Garfield was the President of Williams College from 1908 to 1934 and a member of President Woodrow Wilsons Kitchen cabinet. The house continues to be a center for international focus. It was rented out in 1920, to Carter Glass, who became Secretary of the Treasury under Wilson and then Senator from Virginia, and who is regarded as a founder of the Federal Reserve System. Garfield also rented the house to the Ecuador Embassy and later to the British Embassy's air attache.

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