Barbara Jean Winterer-Schulz Edit Profile
Associate of Arts, Mesa Community College, Arizona, 1980. Bachelor of Science summa cum laude, University Maryland, Heidelberg, Germany, 1996. Postgraduate Sheriff's Training Academy, Montezuma County, Colorado.
Graduate, University Colorado, 2004.
Art designer Morningstar Art Design Studio, Dolores, Colorado, since 1988. Interpreter Colorado State Park. United States rail ranger Durango-Silverton ready reckoner.
Master gardener Colorado State University. Board directors Southwest Community Resources. Health care provider Archuleta County School District, Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Farm medic.; guest lecturer Northern Arizona University, Mesa Verde National Park, United Nations Educational World Heritage Center.
Delaware People to People Ambassador Program, 2007. Assistant director Arizona Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, 1977—1980. Official United States reporter World Eskimo Indian Olympics, Fairbanks, Alaska, 1994.
Member disaster response team American Red Cross, Pagosa Springs, member Durango chapter Durango. Board directors, chairman public relations committee Habitat for Humanity, Pagosa Springs. Interpreter Chimney Rock History Archeological Site.
Interpretive docent, volunteer Bureau Land Management, Anasazi Heritage Center Museum, since 2004. Member Friends of Library., Dolores, Colorado. Appointed member senior advisory board Monteruma County, since 2007.
Member of American Association of University Women, Colorado Archeology Society, Hihitsanom Archeological Society, Public Lands Interpretive Association, Library. of Congress (associate), International Rotary Club, National Federation Garden Clubs, Cortez Garden Club (president), Colorado Federation Garden Clubs, Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Lambda.
Married Allen George Winterer, March 30, 1959 (divorced 1977). Children: Audrey Lyn Winterer, Amy Jo Winterer DeNoble. Married James Robert Schulz, May 28, 1983.