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application developer , consultant

Beverly Ann Carver, American application developer, consultant. Certified teacher Arizona, superintendent Arizona, reading specialist Arizona. Recipient Charles E. Mott fellowship, Arizona State University, 1980; scholar, MacMurray College, 1956.

Background

Carver, Beverly Ann was born on September 17, 1934 in Douglas, Wyoming, United States. Daughter of John Emmett and Lillian Beryl (Russell) Carver.

Education

Bachelor, MacMurray College, 1956. Master of Education, Harvard University, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, Arizona State University, 1980.

Career

Teacher, Anchorage, 1957—1960, Roseville, Minnesota, 1960—1963. Instructor elementary education Hamline University, St. Paul, 1963—1966. Teacher Scottsdale, Arizona, 1966—1970.

School administrator Scottsdale Unifed School District 48, 1970—1981. Vice president marketing and product development Computing Adventures, Ltd., Phoenix, 1981—1984, president, since 1985. Educational consultant International Business Machines Corporation, since 1986.

Coordinator Scottsdale Center Arts Poetry Series, since 1987. Consultant editorial, small business. Developer educational software.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher Arizona, superintendent Arizona, reading specialist Arizona.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor poetry to anthologies.

Membership

Vice president Monterosa Homeowners' Association, 1984, 1989. Precinct committeewoman district 28 Scottsdale, 1975—1976. Secretary district 28, 1976.

Board directors Chax President, Tucson. Parent advisory with mentally retarded. Member District 1 Human Rights Committee for Developmentally Disabled, Arizona.

Member of Computer Users in Education, American Association School Administrators, Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Raymond Pergeau, July 12, 1958 (divorced ). Children: Natalie Alayne, Raymond James.

father:
John Emmett Carver

mother:
Lillian Beryl (Russell) Carver

spouse:
Raymond Pergeau

children:
Natalie Alayne Carver

Raymond James Carver