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Marie Ethel Collart

Marie Ethel Collart, American association executive. Certified fund-raising executive. Recipient Allied Health Professional Educator award, American Lung Association, 1976, Chris Bronze prize, Columbus International Film Festival, 1977, Hattie Lazarus Woman of Achievement award, Young Women’s Christian Association, 1987, Distinguished Alumni award, Ohio State University College Nursing, 1989.

Background

  • Collart, Marie Ethel was born on November 23, 1945 in Clarksburg, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Richard C. and Ethel Collart.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Ohio State University, 1967, Master of Science, 1970, Doctor of Philosophy.,1979. Certified fund-raising executive Staff nurse Case Western Reserve U. Hospital Cleveland, 1967-1970. Instructor School Nursing Ohio State University, Columbus, 1971-1972, director computer assisted instruction program development, 1972-1973.

      Director Ohio Thoracic Society, 1973-1981, director professor education Ohio Lung Association, 1973-1981, president, executive director Central Ohio Lung Association, 1981^. Adjunct assistant professor Ohio State University Allied Medicine division Medical College, 1981^. Member advanced faculty Creative Education Foundation State University of New York, Buffalo, 1975^.

      Chairman health medicine and safety category Columbus International Film Festival, 1981^.

    Career

    • Staff nurse Case Western Reserve University Hospital Cleveland, 1967—1970. Instructor School Nursing Ohio State University, Columbus, 1971—1972, director computer assisted instruction program development, 1972—1973. Director Ohio Thoracic Society, 1973—1981.

      Director professor education Ohio Lung Association, 1973—1981. President & executive director Central Ohio Lung Association, since 1981. Adjunct assistant professor Ohio State University Allied Medicine Division Medical College, since 1981.

      Econometrics advanced faculty Creative Education Foundation State University of New York, Buffalo, since 1975. Chairman health medicine and safety category Columbus International Film Festival, since 1981. Member City Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Committee, since 1971.

      Trustee Columbus Community Cable Access Board. Judge Taft Broad-casting Jefferson Awards, 1986.

    Membership

    Member City Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Committee, 1971^. Member American Thoracic Society, Association Ednl. Communication Technicians, Health Sciences Communications Association, National Society Fund Raising Executives, Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce, Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Club: Columbus Metropolitan Photography: Nursing Care of Adults and Orthopedic Conditions (Leona Mourad), 1979.
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    Born November 23, 1945
    (age 72)