Geraldine Kennedy, American urban planner, consultant.
Kennedy, Geraldine was born on September 1, 1940 in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Joseph and Mary Markos Kennedy.
Bachelor, Pennsylvania State University, 1962. Master of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1980.
Teacher United States Peace Corps., Liberia, 1962—1964. Architectural designer Geraldine Kennedy Design, Santa Monica, California, 1975—1978. Analyst Urban Projects Inc., Los Angeles, 1979.
Researcher Urban Innovations Group, 1980. Associate economics research associate, 1980—1982. Consultant Environmental Management Institute, University Southern California, 1977—1980.
Strategic planner Investors Mortgage Service Company, since 1982. Environmental planner JH&A, Marina del Rey, California, 1986—1987. Member Santa Monica Planning Commission, 1977—1981.
Founder, director Community Planning Coalition, Santa Monica, since 1976. Board directors, vice president Young Women’s Christian Association, 1971—1973. Board directors Santa Monica League of Women Voters, 1977—1979, Los Angeles Community Design Center, 1982—1983.
Member American Institute Certified Planners, American Planning Association. Editorial board, West Plan, 1983.
Author: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, A Handbook for Parents of Gifted Children, 1976, Harmattan, A Peace Corps Remembrance, 1987. Editor: Liberia One, 1962-1982. Author: A Peace Corps 20th Anniversary Album, 1982.