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Wilfred A. Smith

Wilfred A. Smith, American entrepreneur. Recipient Promising Entrepreneur award Young Enterepreneurs American, New Orleans, 1984, American Achievement award Borg-Warner, 1986. Supporter Council for Fiscal Reform, New Orleans, since 1987; campaigner Jesse Jackson's People United to Save Humanity, since 1984, ACORN, New Orleans, since 1986. Member SIG National, Society Engineers, Society Black Engineers.

Background

  • Smith, Wilfred A. was born on August 9, 1968 in New York City. Son of Wilfred A. and Eva (Turner) Smith.

  • Education

    • Student, Tulane University, 1986. Student, University New Orleans, 1987. Student, Princeton University, since 1986.

    Career

    • Vice president Prodigy One Corporation, New Orleans, 1978-1980. President Prodigy Two Corporation, Marrero, Louisiana, 1980-1986, Human Development, Marrero, since 1987. Advisor Nationwide Credit Services, Metairie, Louisiana, 1987-1988.

      Executive advisor Magnavox Corporation, New Orleans, 1987-1988. Board directors The Omega Group, Dallas, 1983-1986.

    Works

    • TABE Test of Adult Basic Education : The First Step to Lifelong Success
    • An invaluable guide to the pre-GED qualification test Covering the highest level tested by the Test of Adult Basic Education--readers with skill levels of grades 9-12--TABE offers comprehensive, direct instruction; test previews; and study skills material designed to be easily accessible by adult learners outside the classroom setting.
    • TABE Test of Adult Basic Education : The First Step to Lifelong Success
    • An invaluable guide to the pre-GED qualification test Covering the highest level tested by the Test of Adult Basic Education--readers with skill levels of grades 9-12--TABE offers comprehensive, direct instruction; test previews; and study skills material designed to be easily accessible by adult learners outside the classroom setting.

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of God

    Membership

    Supporter Council for Fiscal Reform, New Orleans, since 1987. Campaigner Jesse Jackson's People United to Save Humanity, since 1984, ACORN, New Orleans, since 1986. Member SIG National, Society Engineers, Society Black Engineers.

    Clubs: American Mensa (New Orleans).

    Connections

    • father: Wilfred A. Smith
    • mother: Eva (Turner) Smith
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    Born August 9, 1968
    (age 49)
    Nationality
    • 1986
      Tulane University
    • 1987
      University New Orleans
    • 1978 - 1980
      Vice president, Prodigy One Corporation
      New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
    • 1980 - 1986
      president, Prodigy Two Corporation
      Marrero, Louisiana, United States
    • 1987
      president, Prodigy Two Corporation
      Marrero, Louisiana, United States