Larry Graham was named President of the National Confectioners Association in 1992. In 2000, he founded the World Cocoa Foundation, a non-profit farmer outreach organization, and currently holds a seat on the Board. Additionally, Larry served as President of the Chocolate Manufacturers Association from 1992-2003.
Formerly he was President of the Uniform and Textile Services Association. Larry also served as Executive Vice President of the National Association of Food Processors and legal counsel for the American Hotel and Motel Association. He was Assistant Counsel for the Government Operations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives and Chief Administrative and Legislative Aide to U.S. Congressman Clarence Brown. Larry also worked for the Agency of International Development in Vietnam.
Larry received his law degree from Boston University School of Law and is admitted to the New York Bar, attended Georgetown University for graduate school and holds a BA from Franklin and Marshall College.
Larry and his wife Karen reside in Great Falls, Virginia, and are the parents of three children.