Georgetown University; Santa Clara University; Loyola University Chicago; L'Universitá per Gli Stranieri di Perugia; l'Université d'Aix-Marseille
Masters- English Literature- Georgetown University, 1973; Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)- English Language and Literature/Letters- Santa Clara University, 1971; Rome Center of Liberal Arts, Rome Italy- Loyola University Chicago, 1970; L'Universitá per Gli Stranieri di Perugia, 1972; Cours d'Eté- l'Université d'Aix-Marseille, 1971
John Klink is the President Emeritus of International Catholic Migration Commission, and Pontifical Council for Family Palos Verdes Peninsula. John received his Masters in English Literature from Georgetown University, 1973, his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English Language and Literature from Santa Clara University, 1971, his B.A. from Santa Clara University, and his M.A. from Georgetown University. He has been President since 2007, ICMC was founded by Pius XII in 1951 to coordinate Church's migration and refugees. The company has field offices in 8 countries with staff of 200 caring for a wide range of refugees. Outside of work John enjoys tennis, swimming, and golf.