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Ann Marie B. King Hauser

artist , controller , realtor

Ann Marie B. King Hauser was Philippine controller, artist, realtor. Member of International Society Experimental Artists, The National Museum Women in the Arts, Alamo Danville Artists Society, California Watercolor Association.

Background

Hauser, Ann Marie B. King was born on November 7, 1951 in Manila. Daughter of Antonio G. and Dalisay B. King.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management, University of the Philippines, Manila, 1972. Master of Business Administration, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1977.

Career

Analyst Pacific Vegetable Oils, San Francisco, 1978—1980. Finance analyst, senior finance manager Del Monte Corporation, 1980—1984, director finance planning International Grocery Products Division, 1984—1986, director analytical services United States of America division, 1986—1987, marketing controller United States of America division, 1987—1990, director planning, 1990—1992, controller International Markets, 1992. Realtor Wells & Bennett, Walnut Creek, since 2003.

Featured speaker Indonesian Batik paintings University Philippines Alumnae Association, Chicago, 1974.

Works

  • Joy Magazine website, 2001-2003, one-woman shows include Philippine Consulate, San Francisco, exhibited in group shows at Blackhawk Gallery, Sebastopol Center Arts, California, Danville Fine Arts Gallery, San Francisco Academy Arts Gallery, Sacramento Arts Center, Represented in permanent collections Northwest Kellogg School Business Dean' General’ s Office, Toshiba Corporation.

Membership

Member of International Society Experimental Artists, The National Museum Women in the Arts, Alamo Danville Artists Society, California Watercolor Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, bridge, music, opera, travel.

Connections

father:
Antonio G.

mother:
Dalisay B. King