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Alice Verner Cudlipp, American healthcare executive. Named Outstanding Young Women of America, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1974; National Science Foundation fellowship, Longwood College, 1964, DuPont fellowship, University Virginia, 1972.

Background

Cudlipp, Alice Verner was born on November 1, 1941 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Joseph Henryand Mary Irene (Mills) C. Bachelor, Bridgewater (Virginia) College, 1962.

Education

Bachelor, Bridgewater College, Virginia, 1962. Master of Arts, University Richmond, 1968. Postgraduate, University Virginia.

Postgraduate, Nova University.

Career

Teacher, department head Chesterfield (Virginia) County Public Schools, 1967-1971, Nansemond County Public Schools, Virginia, 1962-1967. Instructor Virginia Commonwealth U., 1968-1971. Lecturer in residence, University of Virginia, 1973-1974.

Vice president Smithdeal-Massey College, Richmond, 1975-1978. Instructor J. Sargeant Reynolds College, Richmond, 1982-1984. Assistant to vice president patient services Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, 1982-1984.

President, chief Executive officer Medical Placement Services Inc., Milwaukee, 1984^. President Cons. Resources, Inc., Richmond, 1974-1981. General partner Courtland Ltd., Richmond, 1981^.

President, chief Executive officer Shafer Rand Assocs., Inc., Glendale, Wisconsin, 1987^. Director David A. Linney, Inc., Milwaukee, 1987^. Consultant and lecturer in field.

Director Interfaith Programs, Milwaukee. Vice president, board directors Shoreline Interfaith Outreach To The Elderly, Shorewood, 1988^.

Membership

Director Interfaith Programs, Milwaukee. Vice president, board directors Shoreline Interfaith Outreach To The Elderly, Shorewood, since 1988. Member Clovernook Homeowners Association.

Ruling elder North Shore Presbyterian Church, Shorewood, Wisconsin, since 1988. Member of National Association of Female Executives, Wisconsin Association Healthcare Staffing (president 1989), Wisconsin Women Entrepreneurs, American Public Health Association, Wisconsin Home Care Organization, National Association Home Care, American Management Association, Association Professional Saleswomen, Southeastern Wisconsin Home Health Association, National League Nursing, Columbia College Nursing Alumni Association (chairman 1984-1985), Rotary Club, Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Delta Epsilon.