Mildred D. Barlow, 67, Foundation President
Mildred Devereux Barlow, founder and president of the International University Foundation, died on Thursday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan. She was 67 years old and lived in Manhattan.
She died of cancer, her daughter, Linn Sage Jackson, said.
Mrs. Barlow, a graduate of Radcliffe College, began the Interamerican University Foundation, as it was known, in 1962, to help Latin American students study at universities in the United States. More than 1,000 people have participated in the program.
She was an adviser on Latin America to many organizations and political leaders and was a member of a several organizations, including the Council on Foreign Relations, the Women's Economic Roundtable and the Society for International Development.
In addition to her daughter of Bedford, N.Y., she is survived by her husband, William E.; three sons from a previous marriage, Henry Sage Jr. of Atlanta, Reginald Sage of Georgetown, S.C., and David Sage of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; a brother, Duncan Devereux of Virginia Beach; a sister, Audrey Carey of Ponta Vedra, Fla., and four grandchildren.