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Judith Ann Gelernter Reisman

Judith Ann Gelernter Reisman, American media communications executive, educator.


  • Reisman, Judith Ann Gelernter was born on April 11, 1935 in Hillside, New Jersey, United States.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts in Speech Communications, Case Western Reserve University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy in Speech Communications, Case Western Reserve University, 1980.


    • Faculty department anthropology and sociology Haifa University, Israel, 1981—1983. Research professor school education American University, Washington, 1983—1985. Founder, president Institute Media Education, since 1985.

      Consultant, reviewer grant proposals audio-visual drug programs for youth Department Education, 1987. Research design consultant Alcohol and Tobacco Media Analysis in Mainstream Magazines, Department Department of Health and Human Services, 1987—1990. Consultant, field reviewer Drug Free Youth School Candidates Department Education, 1988.

      Lecturer, adjunct professor George Mason University, Virginia, 1990. Expert witness President's Commission on Assignment of Women in Armed Forces, 1992, United States Attorney General Commission on Pornography, 1985—1986, United States Attorney General Task Force on Domestic Violence, Washington, 1985, Mapplethorpe Trial, Cincinnati, 1990, Australian Parliament, 1992, Georgia State Senate, 1992. Nominated to panel on sex harassment in the Air Force United States Inspector General, 2003.

      Science advisor Protective Parents Association. Subcommittee junk science American Legislation Exchange Council Education Task Force, 1999—2004.



    Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, World Net Daily.Com (columnist since 1998), Women in Neurosci., National Black Child Development Institute, Science Society Study Sex, New York Academy of Sciences, International Communications Association, American Statistical Association, American Association Composers, Authors and Publications, National Association Scholars.
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    • 1976
      Case Western Reserve University
    • 1980
      Case Western Reserve University
    • 1981 - 1983
      Faculty department anthropology and sociology Haifa University
    • 1983 - 1985
      research professor, school education American University
      Washington, United States