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Audrey Maxwell Riddle, American healthcare administrator. Certified teacher, Delaware, 1980.


Riddle, Audrey Maxwell was born on September 2, 1957 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. Daughter of Richard Lee and Dorothy Jean (Bass) M.


Bachelor of Science in Education with honors, University Delaware, 1979. Postgraduate, Delaware Technology and Community College, 1985. Master of Business Administration, Widener University, 1991.


Teacher New Castle County School District, Wilmington, Delaware, 1979-1981. Private practice as editor New Castle, 1981-1983. Assistant office manager VVM, Inc., Claymont, 1983-1986.

Marketing coordinator Enterprise Public, Inc., Wilmington, 1986-1988. Supervisor of education Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, 1988-1990, assistant to research director, 1990-1991, assistant director research, 1991-1996, administrative coordinator external programs, 1996-1998, area manager, 1998-1999, administrative director research, 1999-1900, assistant administrator research, since 2000. Consultant Enterprise Public, Inc., Wilmington, 1988—1989.


Through Jesus' death on the cross, and his resurrection, God has broken the power of all that is evil, in the world and in people.


Church members should educate themselves on the moral issues being debated in the public arena.


The family is the most basic of human institutions through which people are nurtured and sustained in love, responsibility, and respect.


Volunteer Girl Scouts American, Claymont, Delaware, 1990-1995. Teacher St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Wilmington, Delaware, 1981-1992. Member National Association of Female Executives, National Federation Business and Professional Women (president 1991-1992, secretary 1987-1989, Young Careerist award 1989), American College Healthcare Executives (certified 1998), Kappa Delta Pi.


  • Other Interests

    Antique collecting, reading, decorative arts, outdoor activities.


Married Jeffrey W. Riddle. Children: Curtis Maxwell Frey, Emily Rose Frey.