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Beverly Ann Spencer, American medical administrator, health services consultant. Recipient Outstanding Public Health Service award New York Upstate Medical Alliance Buffalo, 1994.


Spencer, Beverly Ann was born on November 20, 1948 in Niagara Falls, New York, United States. Daughter of Leon and Hattie Virginia (Reddick) Spencer.


Certified x-ray technician, Franklin School of Science & Arts, Philadelphia, 1968. Bachelor, University Buffalo, 1979. Master of Arts, University Buffalo, 1981.

Postgraduate, University Buffalo, since 1983.


X-ray technician Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, 1968-1971. Office manager Ob-Gyn. Bariatrics Practice, Buffalo, 1977-1981.

From assistant to associate vice president for academy affairs State University of New York, 1981-1984. Director special services project. University Buffalo, 1984-1987, administrator School Medicine, 1987-1994, 1st assistant dean for community affairs School Dental Medicine, since 1994, consultant, founder Minority Engineers Society, 1984.

Consultant academy development program Rutgers University, 1994. Speaker structure urban public health World Health Organization conference, Buffalo, 1992, managed care program New York State Department Social Services, Springville, 1994. Presenter American Association Dental Schools 72nd Annual Session, San Antonio, 1995.


Campaign manager Democratic Organization. 1st chair, co-founder Western New York Legislation Task Force on Lead Poisoning Prevention, Buffalo, 1992-1995. 1st chair New York State School Health Council, Buffalo, 1992-1996.

Founder, director Buffalo School for Pregnant Teens, 1994-1996. Member Western New York Dental Association (Chief Executive Officer, founder since 1996), American Association Dental Schools, Association Health Care Executives, Links, Inc.


  • Other Interests

    Gourmet cooking, poetry, horseback riding, sailing.


Married Robert Lee Palmer II, February 8, 1982. Children: Monifa, Reginald, Robert III.