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elementary school educator

Carolyn Sue Kaplan, American Educator. Certified teacher, New York. Member legislation advising committee New York State Senate, Albany, since 1991; volunteer Queens Woman's Center, since 1994; tutor adult literacy program Queens Libraries, since 1994; board directors Venture House; member New York City Clubhouse Coalition. Member Association for Childhood Education International.

Background

Kaplan, Carolyn Sue was born on June 23, 1944 in Childress, Texas, United States. Daughter of Irving and Juliette (Weiner) Kohn.

Education

Student, C.W. Post College.

Career

Teacher New York City Board Education, 1966—1979, since 1991. Secretary Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City, 1975—1976, New York City Housing Authority, 1984—1990. With Headstart program United People's Methodist Church, 1993.

Peer specialist, intern, mental health worker Metropolitan Hospital, New York City, 1998—1999. Teacher National Alliance the Mentally Ill.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, New York.

Membership

Member legislation advisory committee New York State Senate, Albany, since 1991. Volunteer Queens Woman's Center, since 1994. Tutor adult literacy program Queens Libraries, since 1994.

Board directors Venture House. Member New York City Clubhouse Coalition. Co-chairman Queens Mental Health Council, 1996-1997.

Advocate The Brooklyn (New York ) Clubhouse, since 1999. Co-chairman Brooklyn (New York ) Mental Health Council, 2003. Tnr. Peer Specialist Center, since 1999.

Advocate Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, since 2003. Member Association for Childhood Education International.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, cultural events, movies.

Connections

father:
Irving Kohn

mother:
Juliette (Weiner) Kohn