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Carol Raphael Sarah Brosnan Edit Profile

art association administrator

Carol Raphael Sarah Brosnan was American art association administrator. Recipient Young People's Concerts award, 1945. Honorary fellow Harry S. Truman Library. Institute National International Affairs, 1975.

Background

Brosnan, Carol Raphael Sarah was born on July 19, 1931 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Basil Roger and Mary Ellen Carroll (McDonald) Brosnan.

Education

Piano student of, Iris Brussels, 1940—1953. Student, George Washington University, Washington, 1956—1961. Student, University Virginia, 1975.

Student, University Oxford, England, 1975. Bachelor in History, George Washington University, 1981. Master of Arts in History, George Washington University, 1987.

Student in Philosophy, George Mason University, 1994—1995.

Career

Administrative clerk Department Army, Defense, Pentagon, Office assistant chief staff intelligence, Washington, 1955-1958. Clerk foreign science information program National Science Foundation, 1958-1960, administrative clerk, 1960-1965, administrative fellowship clerk graduate fellowship program, 1965-1972. Staff assistant to Jane Alexander, chairman National Endowment Arts, 1972-1994.

Retired, 1994

Music teacher (piano), Paterson, 1945—1953. Pianist at recitals United States, Heidelberg, Germany. With Women's Army Corps United States Army, 1953-1955.

Membership

Member American Legion, American History Association, National Association Uniformed Services, Academy Political Science (contributing 1978-1981), American Classical League, Friends Bodleian Library. (Oxford University), Luther Rice Society George Washington University (life), Heritage Society (life), Phi Alpha Theta.

Connections

father:
Basil Roger Brosnan

mother:
Mary Ellen Carroll (McDonald) Brosnan