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Barbara Doyle Bramblett

Barbara Doyle Bramblett, American city official. Fellowship, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1978.

Background

Bramblett, Barbara Doyle was born on November 27, 1951 in Coral Gables, Florida, United States. Daughter of D. E. and Joy (Baker) Doyle.

Education

Graduate Leadership Rockdale, 1987.

Career

Assistant citymgr. City of Auburn, Alabama, 1973-1984. City manager City of Conyers, Georgia, 1984-1988. Administrator City of Hastings, Nebraska, 1988^.

Board of directors Rockdale House, Conyers, 1984-1988. Board directors United Way, Auburn, 1979-1984, chairman, 1984. Board directors Hastings Symphony Orchestra.

Active Mayor's advising committee on community development, Auburn., 1976-1982. Member of advisory council public administrator U. Georgia, 1985-1988. Mem Graduate Leadership Rockdale, 1987.

National Endowment for Humanities fellow, 1978.

Religion

The Gospel shows the manner and the necessary work to be done, by which salvation can be achieved. This is human responsibility to innovate, sponsor, and evaluate new forms of community living.

Views

All persons, regardless of age, gender, marital status, or sexual orientation, are entitled to have their human and civil rights ensured and to be protected against violence.

Membership

Active Mayor's Advisory Committee Community Development, Auburn, 1976—1982. Chairman United Way, 1984, board directors, 1979—1984, Rockdale House, Conyers, 1984—1988, Hastings Symphony Orchestra. Member advisory council public administrator University Georgia, 1985—1988.

Member Graduate Leadership Rockdale, 1987. Member of AAWU (vice president 1984), Hastings Business and Professional Women (president 1991-1992), Nebraska City Management Association 1980-1981, Alabama City Management Association 1980-1981, Government Finance Officers Association, International City Management Association (vice president 1992-1994), Hastings Rotary Club, Pilot Club.

Connections

Married William H. Frei.

Politics

The state cannot control the church, nor should the church attempt to dominate the state. However, religious expression should be present in public life.