Donald Wilson Bush is a Woodrow Wilson family descendant through his maternal grandfather Charles Wilson McMakin.
He is President of the Woodrow Wilson Legacy Foundation and has spent 25 years working as a political
consultant in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and California representing candidates from underprivileged communities while advocating for the rights of mothers, children, minorities,
immigrants and the poor.
In the last decade, Donald Wilson Bush has focused much of his efforts on training new leaders to support the economic and cultural revitalization of the Republic of Armenia.
Mr. Bush is a peace practitioner and a global advocate for democratic causes. He has given presentations in national and international forums championing civic activism and peace in the Western
civic tradition. He has been a friend of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Birthplace for 32 years, and his media interviews and lectures have
been broadcast to more than 3.5 million people worldwide.
In his career, Mr. Bush has worked as a special library assistant to Dr. Billy Graham; a director of curriculum development in distance education at Reformed Theological Seminary;
a gang intervention specialist and community resource consultant in the City of Alexandria, Virginia; a legislative clerk for VA State Senator Patsy S. Ticer;
and a U.S. Congressional campaign manager in Virginia's 5th District.
Donald Wilson Bush is one of the nation’s leading experts on bullying prevention and he is author
of Bully-Bully/BP3: The Bullying Prevention Peace Program. His published
work has appeared in The Washington Post, Psychology Today, Forbes, and a variety of other print publications. Mr. Bush is a
lifelong Scots Presbyterian and he holds degrees from Montreat College, King College and Reformed Theological Seminary. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
Donald Wilson Bush