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Counselor , lecturer , Librarian , planner

Ansley Elizabeth Dixson, American Vocational counselor, librarian, lecturer, facilities planner ( education, Cons.)vocational counselor, librarian, lecturer, facilities planner. Member Special Libraries Association (chair nat. committee), ASTD (member expo. committee), Winston-Salem CinemaSoc. (board directors), International Association of Outplacement Professionals (charter.

Background

Dixson, Ansley Elizabeth was born on December 7, 1948 in Moultrie, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Campbell Wallace and Elizabeth Nadeene (Darbyshire) Ansley. Bachelor in English, Mercer U., 1970.

Education

Master of Library Science, Emory University, 1973. Admissions counselor Montreat-Anderson Junior College, Montreat, North Carolina, 1970-1971. Librarian Middle Georgia Regional Libraries, Macon, 1971-1972.

Director adult services Methodist Home, Macon, 1975-1976. Head librarian Georgia Academy for Blind, Macon, 1977. Library, computer research services, archives, learning resource and development center manager Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, 1977-1984.

Associate Metrics Research Corporation, 1983-1985. President Prompt Cons. Group, 1985-1989; senior staff member training and career planning Right Assocs., North Carolina, 1989-1991.

Vice president, officer The Owens Group, Inc., 1991-1992. Principal Career Development Superior vena cava syndrome, 1992^. Adjunt staff Center for Creative Leadership, 1993^.

Nat. project manager Edison Electric Institute. Speaker and consultant in field.

Career

Admissions counselor Montreat-Anderson Junior College, Montreat, North Carolina, 1970—1971. Library Middle Georgia Regional Libraries, Macon, 1971—1972. Director adult services Methodist Home, 1975—1976.

Head library Georgia Academy Blind, 1977. Library, computer research services, archives, learning resource & development center manager Georgia Power Company, Atlant., 1977—1984. Associate Metrics Research Corporation, 1983—1985.

President Prompt Consultant Group, 1985—1989. Senior staff member training & career planning Right Associates, North Carolina, 1989—1991. Vice president, officer Owens Group Inc., 1991—1992.

Principal Career Development Services, since 1992. Adjunt staff Center Creative Leadership, since 1993. National project manager Edison Electric Institute.

Speaker & consultant in field. Active member Junior League Winston-Salem Inc., 1976—1989, Atlanta, 1977—1985. Delegate White House Conference Libraries & Information Services.

Vice-chair Library. Services Construction Act, 1983—1984. Member advisory council Georgia Department Education, 1980—1984. Membership committee Atlanta Arts Festival Council, 1982—1984.

President Friends Library. Inc., 1973—1977; advisory board Image Film Video Center, 1983—1984. Member ad hoc committee, founding member History Bethabara Park Volunteer Guild, since 1985.

Volunteer, board directors Reynolda House Museum, since 1987. Board directors Career Transition Support Group, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author archives subjects & non-profit fundraising. Producer: (6 films and videotapes on library).

Membership

Board directors Downtown Church Center. Member of American Society for Training and Development (member expo. committee), Association Psychological Type, International Association Outplacement Professionals (charter, member career planning & development network), Winston-Salem Cinema Society (board directors), Special Libraries Association (chair national committee).

Connections

father:
Campbell Wallace Bachelor

mother:
Elizabeth Nadeene (Darbyshire) Ansley. Bachelor