Log In

Anne Elizabeth Green Jenkins Edit Profile

Anne Elizabeth Green Jenkins, American pediatric therapist. Achievements include design of hand orthotics, adaptive equipment for the handicapped. Member of American Burn Association, Center Study Sensory Integrations, Smithsonian Instruction, American Occupational Therapy Association.

Background

Jenkins, Anne Elizabeth Green was born on May 18, 1944 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Daughter of John P. and Dorothy Mae (Williams) Green.

Education

Bachelor of Science, New York University, 1972. Master of Arts, Columbia Teachers College, 1975. Master of Education, Columbia Teachers College, 1976.

Doctor of Philosophy candidate, University North Carolina, Greensboro.

Career

Occupational therapist Harlem Hospital, New York City, 1972—1974, Blythedale Children's Hospital, Valhalla, 1974—1977. Development disabilities specialist Amos Cottage Bowman Gray School Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1977. Director Early Intervention Program, Forsyth/Stokes Counties, 1977—1980, learning disabilities specialist, since 1980.

Private practice, since 1984. Member faculty New York University School Education, New York University Medical School, University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Winston-Salem State University, since 1984. Founder, director Visions Children, Lexington, North Carolina, 1986, Piedmont Achievement Center Winston-Salem.

Consultant pre-schools & development day-care centers United States Department Education, since 1987.

Membership

Member of American Burn Association, Center Study Sensory Integrations, Smithsonian Instruction, American Occupational Therapy Association.

Connections

Married Earnest Jenkins, June 1, 1964. Children: Frederick Anthony, April Kache, August Kali.