In the Schools
Jane Foley Fried, acting dean of admissions, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., to dean of admissions at the school.
Paul Allaire, chairman and chief executive officer, Xerox Corporation, Stamford, Conn., to chairman, Council on Competitiveness, Washington, D.C.
Michael A. Armacost, former U.S. ambassador to Japan, to board of directors, Matsushita Electronic Corporation Panasonic Foundation, an educational fund.
Wilmer S. Cody, former executive director of the National Education Goals Panel, and special assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Education, to director, Southern-region office, National Faculty, New Orleans, La.
Richard T. Cozzola, director of training and deputy public guardian, Office of the Cook County Guardian, Chicago, Ill., to director, Civitas ChildLaw Center, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago.
Sandee Crowther, division director, evaluation and outcomes, Lawrence (Kan.) Public Schools, to board of trustees, National Staff Development Council, Oxford, Ohio.
Mark Dawson, development and public education, International Rescue Committee, to director, Visual Arts Foundation, and director of development, School for Visual Arts, New York City.
Cheryl Gotthelf, vice president of school services, Children's Television Workshop, New York City, to executive project director, "Magic School Bus'' animated program, and director of special projects, Scholastic Inc., New York City.
Robert T. Jones, vice president, RJR Nabisco Inc., to executive vice president, National Alliance of Business, Washington, D.C.
Jean E. Mattimore, chair, board of trustees, Maine Technical College System, Augusta, Me., to executive director, Center for Youth Apprenticeship, Southern Maine Technical College, South Portland, Me.
Kevin McEnery, consultant, Scholastic Inc., New York City, to vice president, strategic planning and operations, for the company's magazine group and technology group.
Richard F. Pew, cattle rancher and businessman, Belgrade, Mont., to board of trustees, Pew Charitable Trusts, and board of directors, Glenmeade Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
Joan Welsh, president, Hurricane Island Outward Bound School, Rockland, Me., to member, advisory board, "Take Our Daughters to Work'' project, Ms. Foundation, New York City.
Diana Williams, administrator, effective-schools process, Columbus (Ohio) Public Schools, to president, board of trustees, National Staff Development Council, Oxford, Ohio.
Ray Williams, superintendent of schools, Chilliwack, British Columbia, to board of trustees, National Staff Development Council, Oxford, Ohio.
Resignations and Retirements
Wynona Winn, superintendent, Ponca City (Okla.) Public Schools, has
announced her resignation, effective June 30. She has accepted the
position of superintendent, Turner Unified School District, Kansas
City, Kan., and will assume that position July 1.