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Appointments

March 11, 1992 3 min read
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In the schools

Donald Billingsley, former assistant to the vice chancellor for undergraduate academic programs at the University of California, Berkeley, to headmaster of Friends Select School in Philadelphia, Pa.

Phillip G. Foote, headmaster of the Greenhill School in Dallas, Tex., to head of school of the Horace Mann-Barnard School in Bronx, N.Y.

In the states

John Herner, former educational administrator with the Ohio Department of Education, to the department’s director of the division of special education.

In the associations

Robert Blaine, principal at Raytown (Mo.) South High School and past president of the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals, to president of the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

John M. Davis, executive director of the Commission on Elementary Schools of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in Decatur, Ga., to interim executive director of the association.

Don W. Harrell, administrative assistant to U.S. Senator David Pryor of Arkansas, to executive vice president for external affairs of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association-College Retirement Equities Fund.

Addie P. Kinsinger, director of Arizona School Services Through Educational Technology (ASSET) at KAET-Channel 8, Arizona State University-Tempe, to president-elect of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Benito Lopez Jr., senior vice president of Iona College in New Rochelle, N.Y., to executive director of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.

Lynn Milet, director of instructional-media services at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., to elected board member of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology by its division council.

Beverly O’Bryant, a school counselor in the District of Columbia school system who serves as executive assistant to the superintendent in the office of parent involvement, community, and corporate support, to president-elect of the American Association for Counseling and Development.

Ron Payne, director of the audiovisual center at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, to elected board member of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology by its state affiliate council.

Mary Pierce Reese, assistant superintendent for resource development for the Charlottesville (Va.) Public Schools, to associate executive director for minority and women’s affairs for the American Association of School Administrators.

H. Dale Spaulding, principal at Lampeter-Strasburg (Pa.) High School and former president of the Pennsylvania Association of Secondary School Principals, to president-elect of the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

Jim Stonge, manager for courseware development at Grumman Space and Electronics Division, Simulation/Trainer Products, in Great River, N.Y., to elected board member of the Association for Education Communications and Education Technology by its organization council.

Other appointments

Andrew J. Brown, chief executive officer of Opinion Research Corporation in Princeton, N.J., to executive director of the Princeton Center for Leadership Training.

RuthAnn Green, director of marketing for McDougal, Littell & Company in Evanston, Ill., to vice president and general manager of the textbook division of Open Court Publishing Company in Peru, Ill.

Jeffery Harrington, word-processor administrator with TempWorld Inc. of Atlanta, Ga., to administrative assistant for the Southern Education Foundation.

Gail Porter Long, executive producer for Maryland Public Television in Owings Mills, Md., to director of educational projects of the network.

Laura F. Murray, principal of Homewood Flossmoor Community High School in Flossmoor, Ill., elected as representative of the board of trustees of the College Board.

Alan Zuckerman, director of placement and outreach for the HomeBuilders Youth Institute of Washington, D.C., to executive director of the National Youth Employment Coalition.

A version of this article appeared in the March 11, 1992 edition of Education Week as Appointments

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