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Alice A. Huffman Edit Profile

consultant , Public affairs executive

Alice A. Huffman, American public affairs executive, consultant. Named to Political Hall of Fame, LAAAWPAC, 2002; recipient Democratic of Year award, California Democratic Party, 1995.

Background

Huffman, Alice A. was born on April 16, 1936 in Beckley, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Hammond and Fannie (Goodwin) Smith.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, University California, Berkeley, 1973. Postgraduate in Public Administration, University Southern California.

Career

Assistant dean University California, Davis, 1973-1975. Chief deputy director State Parks, Sacramento, 1975-1980. Director Office Economic Opportunities, 1980-1983.

Associate executive director California Teachers Association, 1983-1995. President A.C. Public Affairs, Inc., since 1995.

Membership

President BAPAC, California, African American Leadership Institute, California. Vice chair Black Caucus, Democratic National Committee, District of Columbia, 1992-2002, California Democratic Party, California State National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Member LAAAWPAC; board directors National National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, since 2002.

Member American Political Association, International Political Association, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

father:
Hammond Smith

mother:
Fannie (Goodwin) Smith