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Shelley Ann Durfee

Shelley Ann Durfee, American editor, writer. Certified literacy teacher Memphis Literacy Council. Board directors, secretary Memphis Performing Arts Conservatory, Memphis, since 1998; board directors Memphis Heritage, Inc., since 1999; judge youth talent contest Mid-South Fair, since 1998. Member American Association of University Women, Ploughmans International Writing Forum.

Background

  • Durfee, Shelley Ann was born on January 16, 1969 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Robert L. and Jean (Harrison) Durfee.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in English and Italian, University New Hampshire, 1991. Master of Arts in English Literature and Theory, Tulane University, 1995.

    Career

    • Freelance writer, New Orleans and Memphis, since 1995. Senior writer, director creative development National TeleLearning Network, New Orleans, 1995-1997. Editor, writer The Downtowner Magazine/Downtown Productions, Inc., Memphis, since 1997.

      Partner, publication TAP Publishing Company, Crossville, Tennessee, since 1991.

    Major achievements

    • Certified literacy teacher Memphis Literacy Council.

    Works

    • Author, script editor: (educational video) In A Flash, 1997.

    Membership

    Board directors, secretary Memphis Performing Arts Conservatory, Memphis, since 1998. Board directors Memphis Heritage, Inc., since 1999. Judge youth talent contest Mid-South Fair, since 1998.

    Member American Association of University Women, Ploughmans International Writing Forum.

    Personality

    Interests

    Racquetball, tennis, collecting and riding vintage bicycles, learning new languages, travel.

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    Born January 16, 1969
    (age 48)
    • 1991
      University New Hampshire
    • 1995
      Tulane University
    • 1995 - 1997
      senior, creative development National TeleLearning Network
      New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
    • 1995 - 1997
      director, creative development National TeleLearning Network
      New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
    • 1995
      Freelance writer