Ann Lyons Fry Edit Profile
Bachelor, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1951; Master of Arts, Breadloaf School of English Midd, Vermont, 1967; postgraduate, McGill University, 1972-1977.
Reporter, Barre Times Inc., 1947-1948;
reporter, women's editor, Burlington (Vermont) Free Press, 1951-1952;
reporter, women's editor, Montreal Gazette, 1952-1953;
director of information, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont, 1960-1963;
writing faculty, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont, 1962-1963;
assistant professor of literature and writing (English), Johnson (Vermont) State College, 1967-1984;
freelance writer, New York Times Inc., Newsweek, Associated Press, Mademoiselle, Vermont Life and ot, Stowe, Vermont, 1963-1967, 84-. Lecturer Council on Humanities, Hyde Park, Vermont, 1983. Assistant director Johnson College in France, Cap/D'Ail, 1972, consultant Stowe School, Inc., 1984-1987.
Canadian-American Seminar, Goddard College, 1962-1963. Educator Vermont College, Norwich U., since 1987. Educational consultant Gila River Indian Community, Sacaton, Arizona, 1993, 94.
Co-founder Stowe Children's Theatre, 1963. Delegate Vermont State Democratic Convention, Killington, 1988. Member Vermont American Civil Liberties Union (charter/founding member).
Married John S. Fry, September 21, 1952 (divorced 1963). Children: Leslie Stevenson and William Lyons.
1947 - 1948
1951 - 1952
1952 - 1953
1960 - 1963
1962 - 1963
1963 - 1967
1967 - 1984