Roy Beck, the Founder and CEO of NumbersUSA
Roy Beck is the Founder and the Chief Executive of NumbersUSA Education and Research Foundation. He studied at the University of Missouri, where he graduated with a degree in Journalism. He was among the first US citizens to publish the nation’s first-ever environmental-beat newspaper in the 60s. Roy received many environmental, religious, and business reporting awards as a journalist.
Roy Beck became a full-time worker in the immigration and population department in the US in 1991. He authored four books on the US labor market, immigration, and environment, ethics, public policy, and religion, co-authored various studies on sprawl, and has been featured in scores of academic journals, newspapers, and magazines. Mr. Beck created NumbersUSA in 1996 to enhance the immigration recommendations of two commissions, a bi-partisan congressional and a presidential one. It grew into a vast organization having more than 9 million citizens on its online network.
Roy Beck’s article on “problems from too much immigration in a small city” was included in the ‘Annals of America’ by the Encyclopedia Britannica. It was considered a significant piece of writing in the 1990s. Roy has featured as an immigration expert in several TV shows, university presentations, congressional hearings, radio programs, speaker’s forums, and conference panels. Roy Beck’s presentations on immigration ethics issues have included several invitations; he is required to present his papers in several institutions.
Roy Beck received the award of the US Army Commendation Medal (a no-combat service award) in 1972. He also has a record of volunteering as a leader in various organizations and services, including nursing homes (South Carolina, Missouri), clothing Dallas inner-city children’s closet, United Methodist Sunday School teaching (Texas, Ohio, Virginia), and Multiple Sclerosis (Grand Rapids, Michigan), among others. Beck has led an annual week-long journey for teenagers since 1990. They build Habitat for Humanity houses and rehab homes for the poor elderly. Go to this page for more information.
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