In the Districts
Beverly L. Hall, superintendent, Community School District 27, New York City, to chief executive, instructional and student-support services, New York City Board of Education.
In the States
Marion McDowell, chair, policy and planning committee, California State Board of Education, Sacramento, Calif., to president of the board.
In the Associations
Sandy Hawkins, member, board of directors, National Association for Year-Round Education, San Diego, Calif., to president.
Sherry Loofbourrow, trustee, Newport-Mesa (Calif.) Unified School District, and representative of Orange County to the board of directors of the California School Boards Association, West Sacramento, Calif., to president of the association.
Annetta Miller, co-president, Michigan State Board of Education, Lansing, Mich., to member, Study Group on Violence and Its Impact on Learning and Schools, National School Boards Association, Alexandria, Va.
Betty Ann Workman, head, Friends School, Haverford, Pa., to associate director of diversity and multicultural services, National Association of Independent Schools, Washington, D.C.
George C. Bedell, director, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., to chair of trustees, Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Jacksonville, Fla.
State Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos of Texas, to the board of directors, Cities in Schools Inc., Alexandria, Va.
Mary DesRosiers, director of development, Scholarship and Guidance Association, Chicago, Ill., to director of development, Urban Gateways: The Center for Arts in Education, Chicago.
Albert R. Hunt, executive Washington editor, The Wall Street Journal, New York City, to president, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, Princeton, N.J.
John H. Mobley 2nd, chairman, Georgia Cities in Schools, and senior partner, Sutherland, Asbill, & Brennan law firm, Atlanta, Ga., to board of directors, Cities in Schools Inc., Alexandria, Va.
Lisa Padilla, financial analyst, Reiss Media Enterprises, Englewood Colo., to business manager, Mind Extension Institute, Englewood, Colo.
Mary K. Phillips, partner, Gentry & Phillips law firm, Jacksonville, Fla., to vice chair of trustees, Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Jacksonville, Fla.
Robert Schultz, managing director, Trust Company, New York City, to senior vice president, Common Fund, a nonprofit, educational-endowment membership corporation, Westport, Conn.
The U.S. Education Department has announced the appointment of 13 new members to the national board of the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education. They are:
Julius Chambers, chancellor, North Carolina Central University, Durham, N.C.; Johnnetta B. Cole, president, Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga.; E. Alden Dunham, retired educator, Hilton Head, S.C.; Mardee Jenrette, director, Teaching/Learning Project, Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, Fla.; Michael Elliott Lewellen, urban and minority-affairs manager, Nike Inc., Beaverton, Ore.; Teresa McBride, McBride & Associates, Albuquerque, N.M.; Diana Natalicio, president, University of Texas, El Paso, Tex.
William N. Page, president, Insignia Financial Group Inc.,
Greenville, S.C.; Damali Patterson, student, Brown University,
Providence, R.I.; Robert B. Schwartz, program director for education,
Pew Charitable Trusts, Philadelphia. Pa.; Robert F. Sexton, executive
director, Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, Lexington, Ky.;
Clifford V. Smith Jr., president, General Electric Foundation,
Fairfield, Conn.; Bob H. Suzuki, president, California State
Polytechnic University, Pomoma, Calif.
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