David Giltrow, is a U-M alumnus (1961) and was a photographer for the Michigan Daily and Ensian in 1960. He took the photos of Sen. John F. Kennedy on October 14 and 15, 1960. Upon graduation, he volunteered in Tanzania, arriving just ahead of the first Peace Corps group.
After volunteering for three years with a Tanzanian government film unit, Giltrow completed Masters and Ph.D. degrees in instructional technology at Syracuse University, and served as a program assistant in Syracuse's numerous Peace Corps training programs for African nations.
Giltrow went on to work in 20 developing countries in Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East as an independent consultant in distance education, agricultural communications, community forestry and development project planning for the United Nations, World Bank, and USAID.