In the Schools
Eric Widmer, dean of admission and financial aid, Brown University, Providence, R.I., to headmaster, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Mass.
In the Districts
Nancy E. Kaldor, principal, Mayo High School, Rochester, Minn., to director of high schools, Kansas City (Mo.) School District.
Joseph R. McGeehan, superintendent, Charlottesville (Va.) Public Schools, to superintendent, Highline Public Schools, Seattle, Wash.
John Young, retired, to the board of education, Ponca City (Okla.) Public Schools.
In the Associations
Kay Edstene, executive director, Friends Council on Education, Philadelphia, Pa., to president of the board of directors, Council for American Private Education, Washington, D.C.
Shelley A. Fisher, teacher, Clyde Boyd Junior High School, Sand Springs, Okla., to president-elect, National Science Teachers Association, Arlington, Va.
Elizabeth A.S. Loomis, special assistant to U.S. Rep. Robert Torricelli (D-N.J.), to administrative assistant, board and corporate affairs, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Reston, Va.
Charles G. Rodriguez, vice president for development, Union Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio, to vice president of advancement, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, Tex.
Arthur W. Steller, deputy superintendent, Boston (Mass.) Public Schools, to president, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Alexandria, Va.
The U.S. Education Department has named nine new members to the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Capital Financing Advisory Board. The appointees are:
Thomas W. Cole Jr., president, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, Ga.; Edward B. Fort, chancellor, North Carolina A&T University, Greensboro, N.C.; William H. Gray 3rd, president and chief executive officer, United Negro College Fund, New York City; Ernest G. Green, managing director, Lehman Brothers, Washington, D.C.; Catherine W. LeBlanc, executive director, White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, U.S. Education Department, Washington, D.C.; Katherine P. Mitchell, president, Shorter College, Little Rock, Ark.; Samuel L. Myers, president, National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, Washington, D.C.; Dolores M. Spikes, president, Southern University and A&M College System, Baton Rouge, La.; and Cordell Wynn, president, Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
The Institute for Community Development, Manhasset, N.Y., recently named co-executive directors. They are: Lavinia Dickerson, director of programs for the institute, and Patrick Halpin, former New York State assemblyman.
Jennifer Casados, manager, creative department, United Artists Theatre Circuit, Englewood, Colo., to project manager of the media and development department, Mind Extension University, Englewood, Colo.
Denise A. Coleman, vice president for institutional advancement, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, N.J., to dean of external affairs, Bank Street College of Education, New York City.
Gabriella Coleman, regional counsel, Prudential Realty Group, Newark, N.J., to vice president in charge of contributions and social investments, Prudential Insurance Company of America, Newark, N.J.
Deborah Forte, senior vice president, Scholastic Productions Inc., New York City, to executive vice president for the company and corporate vice president, Scholastic Inc.
William Kolberg, president and chief executive officer, National Alliance of Business, Washington, D.C., to chairman of the board of overseers, Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, U.S. Commerce Department, Washington, D.C.
Vincent A. Mai, president and chief investor, AEA Investors, New York City, to the board of trustees, Carnegie Corporation of New York, New York City.
Christopher L. (Kit) Parker, principal officer, American Red Cross, Birmingham, Ala., to chief operating officer, Literacy Volunteers of America Inc., Syracuse, N.Y.
Jonathan G. Powers, chief financial officer and interim president, United Way of America, Alexandria, Va., to chief financial officer, Cities in Schools Inc., Alexandria, Va.
Condoleezza Rice, provost, Stanford University, to the board of trustees, Carnegie Corporation of New York, New York City.
Wilma S. Tisch, chairman emeritus, WNYC Foundation, to the board of trustees, Carnegie Corporation of New York, New York City.
Gare Thompson, consultant, Sundance Publishing, Littleton, Mass., to publisher for the company.