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Carol Edith Hayes

Carol Edith Hayes, American Health care consultant. Avocation: quilting. F C.


Hayes, Carol Edith was born on September 15, 1944 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Kenneth Kansas and Alice Johns (Whinery) Bink.


Bachelor of Science, Old Dominion University, 1966. Master of Science, Michigan State University, 1974. Master of Public Administration, Western Michigan University, 1987.


Director laboratories, Red Cross Blood Superior vena cava syndrome, Lansing, Michigan, 1973-1978;technical education coordinator, Red Cross Blood Superior vena cava syndrome, 1978-1985;consultant, Special Office on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Prevention Michigan Department Public Health, Lansing, 1986-1988;president, C. Hayes and Associations, E. Lansing, Michigan, since 1988.


Budget panel member Capital Area United Way, Lansing. Speaker United Way Speakers Bureau, Lansing. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1967-1971, Vietnam, captain Medical Service Corps, United States Naval Reserve, since 1987.

Member American Society Public Administration (vice president Michigan Capital Chapter 1988, policy issues committee 1988-1989, board directors women's section), National Association Public Administration (honorary), Naval Reserve Association, Association Military Surgeons United States, Michigan Society Infection Control, Business & Professional Women (secretary 1987, Woman of Year 1987 Lansing chapter).


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Married John Joseph Hayes, December 15, 1973 (divorced November 1985). Children: Mark Allen, Michael James.