Anne Johnson Postell Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science cum laude, Savannah State College, 1957. Master of Education, North Carolina State University, 1968.
Teacher public schools, Alma, Georgia, 1947-1948, Ocilla, Georgia, 1948-1949. Home demonstration agency Georgia Cooperative Extension Svc., Washington County, 1957-1960, area supervisor Negro Home Agency, Savannah State College, 1960-1965, extension home economist, Athens, 1965-1969. Home economics and 4-H leader Virgin Islands Extension Svc., St. Croix, 1969-1977.
Consultant Georgia Department Education, Atlanta, 1977. Nutrition cons.Action/Region IV, Atlanta, 1977-1978. Administrative nutrition specialist Coastal Area Planning and Development Committee, Brunswick, Georgia, 1978-1980.
Volunteer Library for Blind, Athens, 1983-1984. Kelloggs Foundation fellow, 1967-1968. Recipient Woman of Achievement award Virgin Islands Business and Professional Woman Club,1976.
The use of force should be supported only in extreme situations and through approve of appropriate international organizations.
Member Georgia School Food Svc. Association (district adviser 1980), American School Food Svc. Association, Georgia Nutrition Council, Eta Phi Beta, Epsilon Sigma Phi.
Lodge: Order Eastern Star.
Married Winton Postell, June 22, 1943. Children: Wynefred Landis, Ida Jeanne, Paula Retta.