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Beverly Jean Whipple

Beverly Jean Whipple, American medical clinic administrator. Member of Washington State Association Abortion Providers (organizer, speaker 1987-1988).

Background

  • Whipple, Beverly Jean was born on December 15, 1952 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of Kenneth C. and Myrtle Irene (Wales) Whipple.

  • Education

    • Student, Yakima Valley College, 1970—1972. Bachelor in Music with distinction, Center Washington State College, 1975.

    Career

    • Music teacher West Valley School District, Yakima, Washington, 1976—1978. Independent truck driver, 1978—1979. Disc jockey Towne Plaza Disco, Yakima, 1979—1980.

      Co-founder, director Feminist Women's Health Center, 1979—1980, Everett, Washington, 1983—1984. Member quality assurance committee, since 1980. Executive director, president, board directors, 1984—1985.

      Vice president, since 1985. Conference speaker National Abortion Federation, Atlanta, 1984, National Lawyers Guild, Seattle, 1985, National Women's Studies Association, Seattle, 1985, San Francisco, 86. In-service speaker Planned Parenthood Affiliates Washington, Olympia, 1985.

      Witness sub-commission on civil and constitutional rights United States House of Representatives, 85. Member conference faculty. Speaker numerous other civic organizations.

    Works

    • Creator (video) On the Barricades For Abortion Rights: What We've Learned and How We've Won Against the God Squads.

    Membership

    Member of Washington State Association Abortion Providers (organizer, speaker 1987-1988).

    Personality

    Interests

    Keyboards, flute.

    Connections

    • father: Kenneth C. Whipple
    • mother: Myrtle Irene (Wales) Whipple
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    Born December 15, 1952
    (age 64)
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