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Andrew Mark Mayer

Andrew Mark Mayer, American librarian, journalist. Active McGovern for President campaign, Washington, 1972; researcher Democratic National Committee, Washington, 1971; active United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, since 1992. Member American History Association (writer for history conventions since 1976), Modern History Society, Special Libraries Association, Phi Alpha Theta.

Background

  • Mayer, Andrew Mark was born on February 9, 1947 in New York City. Son of Richard J. and Helen A. Mayer.

  • Education

    • Student, Hillsdale College, 1967. Bachelor in History, George Washington University, 1968. Master of Arts in History, George Washington University, 1971.

      Postgraduate, Georgetown University, 1977. Proofreading, copyediting certified, New York University, 1992. Master of Arts Teachers English to Speakers Other Languages, Hunter College, 1999.

    Career

    • Researcher Glaverbel S.A., Brussels, 1966. Library assistant research Washington Post Company, 1969-1973, assistant library research, 1973-1987, night coordinator research newsroom, 1987-1992. Research library Bituminous Coal Operators Association, Washington, 1971.

      Researcher, editor to author Donald Neff, 1981-1984. President consultant Latin American Research Association, 1984. Library, researcher Center for Strategic International Studies, 1986-1987.

      Library public relations Sawyer/Miller Group, New York City, 1992. Library newspaper New York Law Public Company, 1994. Research analyst Center for Public Communications, since 1994.

      Vice president R.J. Mayer & Company, New York City, 1984—2000. Book reviewer Small Press Public (now Indiana Public), Rhode Island, 1992—2000, Army Times Public Company, Washington, 1972-1975. Freelance writer Washington Post Company, since 1976, temporary instructor English as Second Language, Inc., Wagner College, Staten Island, New York, 1999, proofreader, Staten Island Island Botanical Gardens, Chinese Scholar's Project, Snug H arbor, Staten Island, 1999.

      Fact checker United States Weekly, since 2000. Freelancer Staten Island Yankees, 2003-2005. Instructor English as Second Language Sylvan Learning Center, 2004-2005, New York Institute English and Business, 2006.

      Researcher Conde Nast Traveler, 2004-2005. Teacher Metropolitan Business Institute, 2005-2006. Teacher/tutor College Staten Island, 2006^.

    Religion

    Denomination: Jewish

    Membership

    Active McGovern for President campaign, Washington, 1972. Researcher Democratic National Committee, Washington, 1971. Active United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, since 1992.

    Member American History Association (writer for history conventions since 1976), Modern History Society, Special Libraries Association, Phi Alpha Theta.

    Personality

    Interests

    Tennis, dramatic arts, music, literature, soccer.

    Connections

    • Married Hyacinth P. Franklin, January 19, 1972 (divorced May 1976). Married Carmen Mercedes Zapata-Gomez, February 28, 1988. 1 child, Andrew Charles.
    • father: Richard J.
    • mother: Helen A. Mayer
    • spouses: Hyacinth P. Franklin
    • Carmen Mercedes Zapata-Gomez
    • child: Andrew Charles Mayer
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    Born February 9, 1947
    (age 69)
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    • 1967
      Hillsdale College
    • 1968
      George Washington University
    • 1971
      George Washington University
    • 1977
      Georgetown University
    • 1992
      copyediting certified
    • 1999
      Hunter College
    • 1966
      Researcher, Glaverbel Societe Anonyme
      Brussels, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium
    • 1971
      research library Bituminous Coal Operators Association
      Washington, United States
    • 1981 - 1984
      researcher, Donald Neff
    • 1981 - 1984
      editor to author, Donald Neff
    • 1984
      president, consultant Latin American Research Association
    • 1992
      library public relations Sawyer/Miller Group
    • 1994
      library newspaper New York Law Public Company
    • 1994
      research analyst, Center for Public Communications
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