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Doris Drucker

Board member, the Drucker Institute
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Doris Drucker was born in Cologne, Germany, and studied law and economics at the London School of Economics, Kiel University, and Frankfurt University. After her arrival in the United States, she received an M.S. in physics from Fairleigh Dickinson University and conducted scientific market research as an independent for several decades. In 1996, she founded RSQ, a company to manufacture and market a voice volume monitor invented by herself and a partner. In her 2004 published book «Invent Radium or I’ll Pull Your Hair» Doris Drucker chronicles her childhood and how she met Peter, to whom she has been married for 67 years.

Doris Drucker, who turned 102 in June 2013, lives in California – surrounded by pineapple trees, orchids and Japanese art – at a short drive to the tennis court  and to the Drucker Institute, where she serves as a board member.