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Sandra Elaine Kitt

Sandra Elaine Kitt, American writer, library specialist. Recipient Keys to the city of East Orange, Women of Excellence, Mayor of New York City, Lifetime Achievement award, Romantic Times.


  • Kitt, Sandra Elaine was born on June 11, 1947 in New York City. Daughter of Archie Benjamin Nathaniel and Annabelle Clementine (Wright) Kitt.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, Bronx Community College, New York, 1968. Bachelor of Fine Arts, City College of New York, 1970. Master of Fine Arts, City College of New York, 1975.


    • Secretary, assistant Philip Gips Design Studio, New York City, 1970—1973. Information operator New York Telephone Сompany, 1965—1967. Part-time assistant American Museum, 1969—1971.

      Freelance graphic designer, 1971—1990. Library specialist American Museum Natural History, 1973—2003.


    • Times to Remember: The Fun and Easy Way to Memorize the Multiplication Tables: Home and Classroom Resources
    •                            Sing-Along Songs CD/MP3 sold Separately                                                   Learn the Times Tables with Picture Rhymes!   Parents *  Home-School Families * Teachers * Grandparents * Special Education   Includes fun filled activities! Make posters & placemats      Unique Graphic-hint Flashcards Challange 'quizes'  (also with graphic hints)   Games        Tracking charts        Certificate awards and more!    MADE IN THE USA  See Author Page (scroll down) for  INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO.
    • Sincerely (Arabesque)
    • Television news researcher Joanna Mitchell becomes drawn to her murdered neighbor's ex-husband, but he is the prime suspect in the crime and she must find out before it is too late if he is a man to trust or run from.
    • Significant Others
    • In best-selling author Sandra Kitt's provocative urban romance, light-skinned Patricia Gilbert has spent much of her life passing as white, but her identity becomes much more complicated when she falls in love.


    Member advisory board First Step/Coalition for the Homeless. Member advisory board to multicultural committee St. Jude Children's Hospital. Member of Novelist Inc., Romance Writers American (Special Service award, Lifetime Achievement (New York chapter)), Special Libraries Association (president New York chapter 1999—2000).



    Travel, cooking.

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    Born June 11, 1947
    (age 70)
    • 1968
      Bronx Community College
    • 1970
      City College of New York
    • 1975
      City College of New York
    • 1965 - 1967
      information operator New York Telephone Company
    • 1969 - 1971
      part-time assistant, American Museum
    • 1970 - 1973
      Secretary, Philip Gips Design Studio
    • 1970 - 1973
      assistant, Philip Gips Design Studio
    • 1971 - 1990
      freelance graphic designer
    • 1973 - 2003
      library specialist, American Museum Natural History
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