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data processing company executive

Alice Pearl Murray, American data processing company executive. Named honorary citizen, Texas, Alaska; recipient Distinguished Educator award, International Business Machines Corporation, 1974, Outstanding Professionalism award, 1975. Member of Los Angeles Library. Foundation, Los Angeles County Art Museum, Assistance League Southern California, Wilshire Country Club, Pennsylvania State Alumni Association, Delta Delta Delta.

Background

Murray, Alice Pearl was born on August 4, 1932 in Clearfield, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of James Clifford and Leah Mae (Williams) Murray.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1954.

Career

With International Business Machines Corporation, since 1954, system service representative Pittsburgh, 1954—1956, computer test center representative Endicott, New York, 1956—1958, education development coordinator, 1958—1959, advisory instructor Los Angeles, 1959—1963, staff instructor, 1963—1968, executive education coordinator, 1968—1974. Senior instructor Information Systems Management Institute International Business Machines Corporation, 1974—1984. Senior education representative International Business Machines Corporation Americans Far East Corporation, 1984—1987.

Senior staff member customer executive education International Business Machines Corporation, 1989, independent consultant, since 1995. Exhibit coordinator California State Museum of Science and Industry. Guest speaker civic and professional groups.

Guest instructor university and colleges. Professional lecturer.

Membership

Member of Los Angeles Library. Foundation, Los Angeles County Art Museum, Assistance League Southern California, Wilshire Country Club, Pennsylvania State Alumni Association, Delta Delta Delta.

Connections

father:
James Clifford Murray

mother:
Leah Mae (Williams) Murray