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TERRI LYNN CORNWELL
1061 Old Hickory Lane
Forest, VA 24551
434-534-9027(home) 434-592-3874(office)
[email protected] or [email protected]
EDUCATION
Ph.D., 1987
M.A., 1979
M.A., 1974
B.A., 1969
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, MD
Major: Public Communication
Dissertation: Democracy and the Arts: The Role of Participation
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, MD
Major: Theatre
Thesis: An Exploratory Study of Public Relations in the Educational Theatre
WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY, West Chester, PA
Major: Music
Thesis: Christmas Cantatas: Their History and Place in the Contemporary Church Service
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE, Newark, DE
Mathematics Education
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2002-current
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY, Lynchburg, Virginia
Undergraduate courses: Speech Communication, Communication Campaigns, Public Relations
Strategies, Communication Perspectives, Ad/PR Practicum
Graduate courses: Communication and Change, Politics and Media, Intercultural Communication,
Organizational Consulting, Nonverbal Communication, Executive Communication (online MBA
Program); Studies in Interpersonal Communication (online Human Service Program)
2001-2003
RANDOLPH-MACON WOMAN’S COLLEGE, Lynchburg, Virginia
Undergraduate course: Public Speaking
2001
LYNCHBURG COLLEGE, Lynchburg, Virginia
Graduate course: Managerial Communication (in the MBA program)
1994-2000
HOLLINS UNIVERSITY, Department of Communication Studies, Roanoke, Virginia
Undergraduate courses: Business Communication, Human Communication, Contemporary Public
Communication, Public Speaking, Women and Communication
Graduate courses: Interpersonal to Mass Media; Leadership in Group Communication,
Communication and Performance, Leadership and Management Communication
VIRGINIA TECH, Department of Communication Studies, Blacksburg, Virginia
Taught two recitation sections of Public Speaking
1989-91
CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Departments of Urban Studies and Communication,
Studies, Cleveland , Ohio
Undergraduate courses: Group Communication, Introduction to Urban Studies, Cultural &
Recreational Policy & Admin. (independent study course)
Graduate course: Communication in the Urban Environment
1979-83
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, Department of Communication Arts and Theatre,
College Park, Maryland
Undergraduate courses: Speech Communication, Stage Make-up, Th. Management I, II (GA)
1969-1977
NEWARK SCHOOL DISTRICT, Newark, Delaware. Taught 7th grade mathematics
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SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE
20092005-2009
1996-2001
1992-1994
1988-1990
1981-1986
Liberty University Office of Institutional Effectiveness – supervise grad assistants
Liberty University Department of Communication Studies - supervise Ad/PR grad assistants
Hollins University – supervised team of 3 grad and undergrad research students
Arts Council of the Blue Ridge – supervised nonprofit staff of 4 with budget of $100,000
Cleveland State University – supervised communications and development staff of 8 with budget
of $200,000
Congressional Arts Caucus – supervised 3 staff and 5-6 Congressional interns per year in legislative
research office with budget of $200,000
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2009-current
ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR GRADUATE AND ONLINE ASSESSMENT
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY, Lynchburg, Virginia.
Work with the Graduate School and LUonline regarding assessment issues, national surveys, and
accreditation. Also update strategic planning reports, analyze data, write reports, and advise senior
administrators on trends and planning strategy.
2002-2009
PROFESSOR (2006- ), ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (2003-05), ADJUNCT ASSISTANT
PROFESSOR (2002), LIBERTY UNIVERSITY, Lynchburg, Virginia.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Department of Communication Studies.
Serve as advisor to the Ad Team and the Student Chapter of the American Advertising
Federation, supervise graduate assistant, and serve as Ad/PR Concentration Coordinator.
2001-2003
ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, RANDOLPH-MACON WOMAN’S COLLEGE
(now RANDOLPH COLLEGE)
Lynchburg, Virginia. Taught Public Speaking.
1994-2001
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (1994-2000) and PROJECT DIRECTOR, VITAL SIGNS: COMMUNITY
INDICATORS FOR THE NEW CENTURY REGION (1999-), HOLLINS UNIVERSITY, Roanoke, Virginia
Taught undergraduate and graduate communication courses. Also responsible for the research, data
collection, fundraising, and public relations for a regional project cataloging the quality of life in the New
Century Region of western Virginia, including indicators for community, health, education, economy, and
environment. Coordinated communication with the academic community, nonprofit organizations, local
governments, and corporations.
1992-1994
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (FY 92-93) and PROJECT DIRECTOR (92-94)
ARTS COUNCIL OF THE BLUE RIDGE/BLUEPRINT 2000: A CULTURAL PLAN FOR THE
ROANOKE REGION OF WESTERN VIRGINIA, Roanoke, Virginia
Purposefully accepted a one-year appointment as Executive Director of The Arts Council to stabilize and
strengthen the organization as it coordinated a community-wide cultural plan (Blueprint 2000); directed staff,
programs, budget, and administration of the Council; was responsible for all corporate, government,
foundation, and individual fundraising, membership services, and liaison with local governments, the
Virginia Commission for the Arts, and national arts service organizations. Also served as Blueprint 2000
Project Director responsible for coordinating the work of the Steering Committee, fundraising, working with
the researchers at Virginia Tech and Roanoke College, organizing the work of the task forces, editing task
force reports, writing the final Blueprint, coordinating the media plan for community-wide dissemination of
the report, and providing liaison with the business and government.
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1990-1992
DIRECTOR, OHIO COMMISSION ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE
COLLEGE OF URBAN AFFAIRS and VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Dept. of Communication
(91-92)
CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Cleveland, Ohio
Headed staff of state-wide commission to study state and local government in Ohio and make
recommendations; drafted commission proposal, patterned after the federal Volcker Commission, and the
resolution establishing the commission, which was passed by the Ohio General Assembly; organized and
supervised commission advisory board and task forces in researching education and training, personnel,
service delivery, leadership and ethics, and public awareness; was responsible for raising the $240,000 budget
of the commission, as well as related public service education projects of more than $20,000; facilitated the
appointment of commissioners; represented the commission in national meetings related to public service.
Also taught in the Department of Communication and the Department of Urban Studies.
1988-1990
DIRECTOR, COMMUNICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT and ADJUNCT ASSISTANT
PROFESSOR, COLLEGE OF URBAN AFFAIRS, CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY, Cleveland, Ohio
Supervised communications and development staff including budget and salaries; consulted with the Dean to
plan the resource development strategy of College; coordinated College fundraising efforts with overall
University efforts; supervised College alumni program, fundraising events, activities of College advisory
committees, major donor relations including a national corporate award program and the University's first
Endowed Chair; directed publication of newsletters, brochures, academic papers; handled public relations
efforts and media relations including coordination with overall University communications; assisted faculty
with manuscript preparation and editing; prepared reports and presentations for the Dean; taught course in
urban communication.
1987
CONSULTANT, THE CLEVELAND FOUNDATION, Cleveland, Ohio
Researched the relationship between quality of life and economic development, as part of a five-year strategy
plan for Cleveland Tomorrow, an organization of CEOs of corporations in Cleveland each with revenues
exceeding $300 million/year; conducted a critical survey of economic development, population migration,
and quality of life literature; interviewed professional recruiters, developers, relocation specialists; prepared a
profile of Cleveland's quality of life; and recommended appropriate development and communication
strategy, emphasizing the importance of perception.
1981-1987
LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR
CONGRESSIONAL ARTS CAUCUS, U.S. Congress, Washington, DC
Supervised the research staff and administration of the office; researched and analyzed arts-related legislation,
including National Endowment for the Arts authorization and appropriations, copyright and tax bills; was
responsible for political communication strategies; wrote legislative updates, testimony, and floor statements
for both Republican and Democratic Congressional Members; drafted legislation; handled Caucus finances
including quarterly Congressional reports, yearly budgets; organized various special events with prominent
artists and Congressional leaders.
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PUBLICATIONS
Book
Democracy and the Arts: The Role of Participation. New York: Praeger, 1990.
Articles
“Communicating about Homelessness: Using Experiential Learning to Change Attitudes and Perceptions,” with Gina Barker
and Sarah Neff in Communicating for Social Impact. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc., 2009.
“Advertising: Fueling a Passion for Consumption,” chapter in Understanding Evangelical Media, Quentin Schultze and Robert
H. Woods, Jr., eds. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2008.
“Vital Signs: Quality-of-Life Indicators for Virginia’s Technology Corridor,” chapter for Community Qualtiy-of-life Indicators:
Best Cases, M. Joseph Sirgy, et al, eds. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.
“How Neighborhood Features Affect Quality of Life,” with M. Joseph Sirgy. Social Indicators Research 59: 79-114, 2002.
“Further Validation of the Sirgy et al.’s Measure of Community Quality of Life,” with M. Joseph Sirgy, Social Indicators
Research, 56: 125-143, 2001.
“Regional Thinking is the Key to Sustainable Growth,” Roanoke Times, September 5, 1999.
"Adoption isn't 'less than,' and often is 'more than,'” Roanoke Times November 29, 1998.
"Take Advantage of Our Cultural Assets," oped article, Roanoke Times & World-News, March 13, 1994.
"It's Time to Adopt a Broader View of Adoption," oped article, Roanoke Times & World-News, November 26, 1993.
"Civic Education and the Public Service: An Occasional Paper Series for the Ohio Commission on the Public Service," coeditor with Steven O. Ludd and author of Chapter II, "The Education of Our Youth and the Public Service." Center for
Governmental Research and Public Service, Bowling Green State University, 1993.
"Beyond Black and White: Multi-Cultural Understanding and the Sharing of Power," with Sylvester Murray in The Metropolis
in Black and White: Place, Power and Polarization, George Galster and Edward Hill, eds. Center for Urban Policy Research,
Rutgers University, 1992.
"Ethics and the Public Service: Occasional Paper Series for the Ohio Commission on the Public Service," co-editor with Steven
O. Ludd and author of the Introduction. Center for Governmental Research and Public Service, Bowling Green State
University, 1991.
"The Management of Cultural and Recreational Services," with Nike F. Speltz in Managing Local Government: Public
Administration in Practice, Richard Bingham, ed. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1991.
"Democracy and the Arts: The Role of Participation," The Future of the Arts: Public Policy and Arts Research, David B.
Pankratz and Valerie B. Morris, eds. New York: Praeger, 1990.
"Quality of Life and Regional Economic Vitality: Perceptions and Recommendations for the Cleveland Metropolitan Area,"
background paper prepared for The Cleveland Foundation and Cleveland Tomorrow: Building on a New Foundation, 1988.
"Legislative Summary: 99th Congress," Journal of Arts Management and Law, Spring 1987.
"Party Platforms and the Arts," Art, Ideology, and Politics, Judith Balfe and M. Wyszomirski, ed. (New York: Praeger, 1985).
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Reports
Bringing God’s Plan to the Forest Community and Beyond: Vision, Mission, Values and Goals: 2005-2010. Lynchburg, VA:
Forest Presbyterian Church, 2004.
Vital Signs: Sustainability Indicators for Virginia’s Technology Corridor. Roanoke, VA: Vital Signs Project, 2001.
Toward Sustainability: Virginia’s Technology Corridor in the 21 st Century. Roanoke, VA: Vital Signs Project, 2000.
Roanoke Renaissance: A Progress Report. Roanoke, VA: Roanoke Renaissance Coordinating Committee, 1998.
Blueprint 2000: A Vision for the Cultural Community of the Roanoke Region of Western Virginia. Roanoke: The Arts Council
of the Blue Ridge, 1994.
MASTER’S THESES SUPERVISED
2009
“A Visual Rhetorical Analysis of Selected Nexium Prescription Drug Advertisements According to the
Methodology of Sonja Foss” by Jonathan Henry Ryan Law. Served as Thesis Chair.
“Making Sense of Cultural Complexity: An Experimental Study of Third Culture Individuals’ Interpersonal
Sensitivity as a Result of Intercultural Adaptation” by Allyn D. Lyttle. Served on thesis committee.
“Social Identity Theory and Television Viewer Preference” by Phillipe Carrasco. Served on thesis
committee.
2008
“Understanding the Misunderstanding: A Study Incorporating Uses and Gratifications Theory on Why
Chinese Film Audiences See America the Way They Do” by Meng Zhao. Served as Thesis Chair.
“A Historical-Critical Examination of the Evolution of Juche Using Fantasy Theme Analysis: A Vision
Transformed” by Matthew Warner. Served on thesis committee.
2007
“The Effects of African American Children’s Skin Complexions in Television Commercials on the SelfPerception of African American Children” by Daveta Saunders. Served as Thesis Chair.
“Audience Parasocial Involvement with the Thai Radio Drama: Never Too Late” by Christine L. Henrich.
Served on thesis committee.
“Communication Effects of the ‘One Homeless Night’ Program on Attitudes and Perceptions towards the
Homeless” by Sarah Neff. Served on thesis committee.
“Dancing through Film Musicals: Narratives in Motion” by Dara L. Phillips. Served on thesis committee.
2006
“The Self-Perceived Leadership Characteristics of Female Producers” by Teresa Becker. Served
on thesis committee.
“Korean Women in America: A Comparison of the Perceptions of Leadership between Korean American
Women and Korean International Women” by Grace Kang. Served as Thesis Chair.
“Girl Power: A Fantasy Theme Analysis of Adolescent Females” by Elizabeth Van Wingerden. Served on
thesis committee.
“The Women House Church Leaders of China: Interviews with a Muted Group” by Timothy Wommack.
Served as Thesis Chair.
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LECTURES, SPEECHES, PAPERS PRESENTED
2010
“Learner-Centered Teaching,” Faculty Development Workshop lecture, August 2010; “Assessment in Higher
Education,” lecture in graduate communication class, November 2010.
2009
“Outstanding Problems in Global Communication of International Adoption Issues,” panel presentation at
2009 International Communication Association Conference.
2008
“Communicating for Social Impact: Using Experiential Learning to Change Attitudes and Perceptions of
Homelessness,” paper presented at International Communication Association Conference, Montreal,
Canada with Sarah Neff and Gina Barker. Paper received a Top Three Paper Award. Also part of panel at
“Mapping Research Needed for Social Impact” Pre-Conference.
2007
“A Rhetorical Analysis of the Public Relations of the Orphan Train Movement of the 19th-20th Century and its
Implications for International Adoption,” paper presented at International Communication Association
Conference, San Francisco.
2006
“Christian Perspectives on Advertising,” paper presented at Campbell University Conference on
Communication and Faith; “A Burkean Analysis of the American Orphan Train Movement of the 19 th-20th
Century,” paper presented at Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences.
2005
Paper presented at College Teaching and Learning Conference, Orlando, FL (received a “Best Paper
Award”); paper presented at Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences Conference at
Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA on the Millennial generation; paper presented at Preconvention Seminar
at the National Communication Association Conference in Boston, MA on “Religion and Popular Culture.”
2004
Paper presented at College Teaching and Learning Conference, Orlando, FL (received a “Best Paper
Award”). Presentation to Maier Museum of Art docents on public speaking; presentation to Liberty
University graduate assistants on “Getting Control of the Classroom” and “Leading Class Discussions.”
1996-2003
Presentations on citizenship to James River Day School, Lynchburg, VA; presentations on sustainable
development and community indicators to business and government groups, radio interview on WFIR,
television interview on Blue Ridge Public Television; presentations on adoption issues to Roanoke-area
groups, including radio interviews on WVTF and WFIR, television interviews on TV-7 & TV-10.
1992-95
"Philosophical and Ethical Considerations of Environmental Issues," panelist, Hollins University; Public
presentations on "Blueprint 2000: A Vision for the Cultural Community of the Roanoke Region of Western
Virginia" for boards of Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, Mill Mountain Zoo, Art Museum of Western Virginia,
and Western Virginia Foundation for the Arts and Sciences, and membership of the Roanoke City Arts
Commission, American Association of University Women, Junior League of Roanoke Valley; featured
speaker WDBJ-TV program, "On Record."
1990-91
"The Ohio Commission on the Public Service," featured speaker, American Society for Public
Administration Regional Chapter, Cleveland, OH; "Communication Styles and the Effects of Gender on
Communication," featured speaker, Public Relations workshop; Federation for Community Planning,
Cleveland, OH; "The Ohio Commission on the Public Service," introductory speaker, Public Administrator of
the Year Award Banquet, American Society for Public administration Regional Chapter, Cincinnati, OH;
"HCR 44: To Create A Commission on the Public Service," testimony before House State Government
Committee, Ohio General Assembly, Columbus, OH; "The Ohio Commission the Public Service," panelist,
Rockefeller Commission on American State and Local Public Service, Rockefeller Institute of
Government, Albany, NY; "Sexism in Language and Communication," panelist, Wooster College Exchange
Program, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH; "The Arts and Urban Economic Development,"
Roundtable Leader, Urban Affairs Association Conference, Charlotte, NC; "Job Seeking Skills Workshop,"
workshop leader, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH.
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1987-89
"Cultural Planning," roundtable leader, Urban Affairs Association Conference, Baltimore, MD;
"Corrections and the Media," workshop leader, Ohio Correctional and Court Services Association;
"Quality of Life Research and the Role of the Arts," panelist, Quality-of-Life/Marketing Conference,
Blacksburg, VA; "Quality of Life and Arts Development," panelist, Conference on Social Theory, Politics,
and the Arts, Washington, DC; "Democracy and the Arts," panelist, Conference on Social Theory, Politics,
and the Arts, Washington, DC; "Quality of Life and Economic Development," research presenter, Cleveland
Tomorrow, The Cleveland Foundation, and Marketing Council of the Greater Cleveland Growth
Association, Cleveland, OH; "Government and the Arts," lecturer, National Association of Campus
Activities, Washington, DC; "The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, Cornell-in-Washington Program,
Washington, DC; "The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
Program, Washington, DC; "Arts Education Legislation," lecturer, Kennedy Center Education Fellowship
Program, Washington, DC; "Arts Advocacy," lecturer, American University Arts Management Program,
Washington, DC; "The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, National Guild of Community Schools of the
Arts, Washington, DC; "The Congressional Arts Caucus," speaker, American Council for the Arts
Advocacy Day, Washington, DC; "Arts and Humanities Legislation," workshop leader, National Federation
of State Humanities Councils, Washington, DC; "U.S. Government and the Arts," panelist, Operations
Crossroads Africa, Washington,DC; "Congressional Caucuses," presenter, Government Operations
Institute, Office of Personnel Management.
1984-85
"The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Program,
Washington, DC; "Arts Advocacy," lecturer, University of Maryland Arts Management Program, College
Park, MD; "Arts Advocacy in the Federal Government," lecturer, Georgetown University Arts
Management Program, Washington, DC; "The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, Cornell-inWashington Program, Washington, DC; "Arts Advocacy in the Federal Government," lecturer, American
University Arts Management Program, Washington, DC; "U.S. Government and the Arts," panelist;
Operations Crossroads Africa, Washington, DC; "Congressional Caucuses," presenter; Government
Operations Institute, Office of Personnel Management, Washington, DC.; "The Congressional Arts
Caucus," lecturer, Cornell-in-Washington Program, Washington, DC; "Government and the Arts," lecturer,
Charlin Jazz Society, Washington, DC; "The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, National Endowment
for the Arts Fellowship Program, Washington, DC; "Arts Advocacy," lecturer, American University Arts
Management Program, Washington, DC; "The Federal Budget and the Arts," workshop leader, Langley
H.S. Seminars on American Realities, Langley, VA; "Congressional Caucuses," presenter, Government
Operations Institute Office of Personnel Management, Washington, DC; "Cultural Policy," panelist,
American Political Science Association, Washington, DC; "Tax Policy and the Arts," presenter, Social
Theory, Politics, and the Arts Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; "Cultural Policy,"
panelist, Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ;
1981-83
"The Congressional Arts Caucus," lecturer, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Program and
Choral Panel, Washington, DC; "Federal Arts Legislation," lecturer, Museum Roundtable, Washington,
DC; "Arts Advocacy," lecturer, Colby College Internship Program, Washington, DC; "The Congressional
Arts Caucus," lecturer, Cornell-in-Washington Program, Washington, DC; "Federal Arts and Humanities
Legislation," lecturer, American University Washington Semester Program, Washington, DC;
"Government and the Arts," lecturer, University of Maryland Arts Management Program, Washington,
DC; "Government and the Arts," lecturer, University of Akron Arts Management Program, Washington,
DC; "Congressional Caucuses," presenter, Government Operations Institute, Office of Personnel
Management, Washington, DC; "Tax Policy and the Arts," speaker, National Association of Art
Foundations, Williamsburg, VA.; "Government and the Arts," lecturer, University of Maryland Arts
Management Program, College Park, MD; "Government and the Arts," speaker, American University Arts
Management Speakers Forum, Washington, DC; "Arts and Humanities Advocacy," lecturer, Mount
Vernon College, Washington, DC; "Government and the Arts," lecturer, Museum Education Roundtable,
Washington, DC; "Congressional Caucuses," presenter, Government Operations Institute, Office of
Personnel Management, Washington, DC; "Cultural Policy," panelist, Mid-Atlantic College Music Society
Catholic University, Washington, DC. "Government and the Arts," lecturer, University of Maryland Arts
Management Program, Washington, DC; "Arts and Humanities Legislation," lecturer, National League of
American Pen Women, Washington, DC; "Democracy and the Arts," paper presenter, American Political
Science Assn., NYC.
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MISCELLANEOUS
Professional Memberships: International Communication Association; National Communication Association; Virginia
Association of Communication Arts and Sciences; Religious Communication Association.
Honors: Chosen by graduate students as one of top faculty who integrate faith with learning in the classroom as part of Ph.D.
dissertation research, “Separate Threads or a Single Woven Piece? A Phenomenology of the Integration of Faith and Learning”
by Elizabeth Sites; Community - Honored by Forest Presbyterian Church for volunteer work with children’s music; College –
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board honor societies, Outstanding Sophomore in Education Award; High
School - Delegate to Citizenship Institute; Student Council All-Round Student Award.
FAA pilot ratings earned (not current): Commercial, Instrument, and Flight Instructor.
Volunteer Work: Lynchburg Women’s Leadership Council, a United Way Program (2010- ); James River Council on the Arts
and Humanities -- Board Member (2008- ); Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer for children (2008- ); Forest
Presbyterian Church: Contemporary Worship Service Coordinator (2005- ); Brook Hill Farm Retirement Center for Horses Board Member (2006-2008); Chess Club Adviser, James River Day School (2006-2007 and 2001-2003); Forest Presbyterian
Church Young Musicians Director (2001-2006); Session Member (2001-2004), Strategic Planning Task Force Chair (2004);
Children’s Choir Accompanist/Substitute Organist, Salem Presbyterian Church, (1994-2000); Fishburn Park Elementary School
Site Based Management Council (1998-99); Blue Ridge Adoption Group - President (1996); New Century Council - Chair,
Quality of Life/Growth Action Team (1994-95); Blue Ridge Montessori Educational Foundation - Treasurer (1994-95);
Cleveland Society for the Blind - Reader (1987-92); Ohio Theatre Alliance - Audio Describer (1989-92); Cleveland Mediation
Center – V. P. (1990-91) and Board Member (1988-89).
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