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Liston Nathaniel Filyaw

Liston Nathaniel Filyaw, American counselor.


  • Filyaw, Liston Nathaniel was born on October 31, 1949 in New Haven. Son of Macceo Nathaniel and Katheryn Dorothy (Bryant) Filyaw.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, South Central Community College, New Haven, 1970. Bachelor in Sociology, University Connecticut, 1972. Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling, University Connecticut, 1978.

      Master of Science in Elementary Education, Eastern Connecticut State University, 1976.


    • Coordinator programs, employment Hartford (Connecticut) Housing Authority, 1979-1981. Assistant director Afro-American Cultural Center University Connecticut, Storrs, 1983-1986, counselor Center for Academy Programs, 1986-1993. Director minority student programs Manchester Community Technology College, since 1993.

      Private consultant various organizations, Connecticut, 1981-1983.


    • Author several plays.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Chartered member, president Vital Elements of the Arts. Member New England Association Educational Opportunity Program Personnel, Connecticut Council Black Students and Professionals, Connecticut Association Educational Opportunity Programs, University Connecticut Professional Employees Association, Connecticut State Federation Teachers, American Federation Teachers, American Federation of Labor-Congress/Chief Information Officer (union representative), University Connecticut Black Alumni Association, University Connecticut Black Employees Association (charter, co-chair).



    Playwrighting, drama, music.


    • father: Macceo Nathaniel Filyaw
    • mother: Katheryn Dorothy (Bryant) Filyaw
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    Born October 31, 1949
    (age 68)