The Founders of the Marshall McLuhan Center on Global Communications.
In 1981, less than a year after the passing
of Marshall McLuhan, his daughter Mary McLuhan founded the
Marshall McLuhan Center on Global Communications. As chairman,
Ms. McLuhan remains the heart and soul of the dynamic non-profit
public benefit organization dedicated to her father's memory
and his life-long aim to promote understanding and progress
amongst all people of the world through the communication
Mary McLuhan served a 5 years term on the
California State Board of Education, to which she was appointed
by Governor Edmund G. Brown. Jr. in 1979. In addition she
served as a member of the California Curriculum Commission
and the Educational Innovation and Planning Commission.