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Betty Jean Jenkins, American human services administrator. Member Hawaii Association Case Managers (board directors), Society Public Health Educators, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Jenkins, Betty Jean was born on March 5, 1940 in Fargo, North Dakota, United States. Daughter of Emil and Esther M. (Flamer) Sunderland.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, University Hawaii, Hilo, 1989. Master in Public Health, University Hawaii, Manoa, 1990.

Career

Intern healthy aging project, Hawaii State Department of Health, Honolulu, 1990;policy analyst, Hawaii Medical Svc. Associations, Honolulu, 1991-1992;long term care channeling specialist, case manager, State of Hawaii Department Human Superior vena cava syndrome, Honolulu, since 1992.

Religion

Each person is responsible before God for his or her own understanding of the Bible and is encouraged to work out his or her salvation with fear and trembling.

Politics

Baptists should be faithful ambassadors of reconciliation in their personal relationships and local communities as they demonstrate the power of the Gospel to reconcile all persons in Christ.

Views

A person’s joy comes through relationships rather than purpose. In fact, it is the relationships that give meaning to services, ministries, and zeal.

Membership

Member Hawaii Association Case Managers (board directors), Society Public Health Educators, Phi Kappa Phi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: playing flute, Bible study.

Connections

Married Leslie Thomas Jenkins, July 2, 1966 (divorced 1986). Children: Kaaren E., Ralph T. Jenkins.