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Sue H. Daoulas, Policy Analyst, Drug Abuse Policy Office (1984-1989)
Digital Library Collection

       President Reagan shaking hands with Sue Daoulas, 12/19/1988, c51122-9

President Reagan shaking hands with Sue Daoulas, 12/19/1988, c51122-9

 

Sue Daoulas served as a Policy Analyst in the Drug Abuse Policy Office (DAPO) and as a representative to the United Nations International Conference on Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking Secretariat from 1986-1987.

She was hired by the White House’s Office of Policy Development in 1981 where she worked under Ronald Frankum. In 1982, she was transferred to the Drug Abuse Policy Office where she was an Executive Assistant to Carlton Turner. Daoulas was promoted to the position of Policy Analyst in 1985. In 1986 she was assigned by the White House to represent the United States at the United Nations’ International Conference on Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking in Vienna, Austria.

As a member of the Drug Abuse Policy Office, Sue Daoulas’ collection documents the creation of drug abuse policy guidelines at the behest of President Reagan and Nancy Reagan. Due to the overlapping demographics of Americans impacted by drug abuse policy and HIV/AIDS policy, Daoulas also created DAPO guidelines for adhering to President Reagan’s directive to combat HIV/AIDS. The three main components of this collection document Daoulas’ work regarding drug abuse policy, DAPO’s adherence to newly developed AIDS policy, and documenting the United Nations’ International Conference on Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.

View this collection's full inventory and Sue Daoulas’ biography

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Folders:

Box Number:

1 2 3 4 5

Box 1

AIDS (1)
AIDS (2)
AIDS (3)
AIDS (4)
AIDS II (1)
AIDS II (2)
AIDS II (3)
AIDS II (4)
AIDS II (5)
AIDS II (6)
AIDS III (1)
AIDS III (2)
AIDS III (3)

 

Box 2

AIDS III (4)
AIDS III (5)
AIDS III (6)
AIDS III (7)
[AIDS]: August 4 Responses (1)
[AIDS]: August 4 Responses (2)
[AIDS]: August 4 Responses (3)
[AIDS]: August 4 Responses (4)
[AIDS]: August 4 Responses (5)
AIDS Commission, 07/13/1987-07/18/1987 (1)
AIDS Commission, 07/13/1987-07/18/1987 (1)
[President’s Directive on the HIV Commission] (1)
[President’s Directive on the HIV Commission] (2)
[September Progress Report – 10 Point Action Plan to Fight the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Epidemic] (1)

 

Box 3

[September Progress Report – 10 Point Action Plan to Fight the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Epidemic] (2)
[September Progress Report – 10 Point Action Plan to Fight the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Epidemic] (3)
[September Progress Report – 10 Point Action Plan to Fight the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Epidemic] (4)
[September Progress Report – 10 Point Action Plan to Fight the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Epidemic] (5)
Briefing Book – 08/04/1986 – Drug Abuse Policy (Binder) (1)
Briefing Book – 08/04/1986 – Drug Abuse Policy (Binder) (2)
Briefing Book – 08/04/1986 – Drug Abuse Policy (Binder) (3)
Briefing Book – 08/04/1986 – Drug Abuse Policy (Binder) (4)
Briefing Book – 08/04/1986 – Drug Abuse Policy (Binder) (5)
Inter-American Specialized Conference on Traffic in Narcotic Drugs – Background Documents (OAS) (1)
Inter-American Specialized Conference on Traffic in Narcotic Drugs – Background Documents (OAS) (2)
Inter-American Specialized Conference on Traffic in Narcotic Drugs – Background Documents (OAS) (3)
National Education and Prevention Week (empty)
Northern Border Threat Assessment (Report) US Customs Service (1)

 

Box 4

Northern Border Threat Assessment (Report) US Customs Service (2)
Northern Border Threat Assessment (Report) US Customs Service (3)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (1)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (2)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (3)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (4)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (5)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (6)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] I (7)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] II (1)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] II (2)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] II (3)
[Presidential/First Lady Contacts regarding: Drug Abuse] II (4)
Programs [Drug Abuse Control]
Scheduling Proposals

 

Box 5

United Nations Conference (1)
United Nations Conference (2)
United Nations Conference (3)
UN Conference Send Off (1)
UN Conference Send Off (2)
UN (United Nations) (1)
UN (United Nations) (2)
UN (United Nations) (3)
UN (United Nations) (4)
UN (United Nations) (5)
UN: United Nations (1)
UN: United Nations (2)
UN: United Nations (3)