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Charlesetta Stalling, American educational consultant, trainer. Certified K-8, California, instructor, supervisor Community College, chief administrative officer.


Stalling, Charlesetta was born on June 22, 1944 in San Diego, California, United States. Daughter of Luther Cecil Stalling and Ruth (Jackson) Howard.


Associate of Arts in English, Los Angeles City College, 1965;Bachelor in Language Arts, California State University, Los Angeles, 1969;Master of Education in Education, Reading, Harvard University, 1972;Doctor of Education in Human Superior vena cava syndrome and Applied Behavioral Science, U. Massachusetts, 1977.


Teacher, Head Start, Los Angeles, 1964-1968;teacher, Board Education, Los Angeles, 1968-1970;director therapeutic daycare, James Jackson Putnam Children's Center, Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1960-1971;reading specialist, Educated Company Reading and Learning Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971-1972;director Right to Read, Bridge Fund, Inc., Boston, 1973-1974;assistant director research services, Chicago State University, 1974-1975;educational specialist coordinator chapter 622, State Department Education, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1975-1976;director teen learning center, Juvenile Justice Program, U. Massachusetts, Amherst., 1976-1977;coordinator vocational educational act program, Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 1978-1979;assistant dean extended opportunity programs and services, Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 1979-1985;assistant dean student services, Los Angeles Trade Tech College, 1985-1986;instrumental services coordinator, trainer, California State University, Sacramento, 1990-1991;grant writer, facilitator, Grant Joint Union H.S. District, Sacramento, 1991-1993;president, owner, Stalling Enterprises & Associations, Sacramento, since 1993. Program developer, grant writer Urban League, Sacramento, 1993. Modeldeveloper Sys. Development Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1977.

Instructor California State University, Sacramento, 1990, National U., Sacramento, 1989, U. Massachusetts, Amherst, 1975, Boston School Committee, 1974. Assistant professor Westfield, Massachusetts, State College, 1976. Teaching fellow Graduate School Education Harvard University, Cambridge, 1972.

Consultant State Department Education, Sacramento, Cities in Schools, Sacramento, Evaluation, Management Training, Inc., Sacramento, others. Consultant, trainer Workplace Learning Resource, Sacramento, since 1994.


  • Certified K-8, California, instructor, supervisor Community College, chief administrative officer.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Bridge: A Cross-Cultural Reading Program, 1974, Bridge: Across the Cultural Reading Program, 1977, Effects of the Cultural Context of Language on the Cognitive Performance of Black Students, 1977. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Partner Sacramento 21, 1992-1994. President Cedar Block Association, Sacramento, since 1994. Co-chair social and civic organizations United Negro College Fund, Sacramento, 1991, 92.

Secretary, treasurer Pacific Foster Care, Sacramento, 1993. Secretary Project Chance Job Training Partnership Act, Arlington Heights Block Club Association. Volunteer trainer Kellogg Training Institute.

Member Coalition for Equity for Minorities, Sacramento, 1992, 93. Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Toast Masters' International (competent toast master 1993), Sacramento Black Women's Network, California Notary Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: writing children's stories, collecting antiques, decorating, speaking.


Married Gary A. Simpkins, 1969 (divorced 1988). Children: Gary Simpkins, Ronald Simpkins.

Luther Cecil Stalling Howard

Ruth (Jackson) Howard

Gary A. Simpkins

Gary Simpkins Stalling

Ronald Simpkins Stalling