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Cheryl Beatrice Jones, American medical technologist. Member of National Association Female Executives, American Society Clinical Pathologists, Tennessee Association Blood Banks, Member American Association Blood Banks.

Background

Jones, Cheryl Beatrice was born on July 31, 1948 in New York City. Daughter of Frederick Douglas and Mary Magdalene (Reid) Campbell.

Education

Associate of Applied Science, New York City Community College, 1969. Bachelor of Science, Richmond College, 1973.

Career

Laboratory technician Metropolitan Diagnostic Laboratories, Brooklyn, 1969—1972. Laboratory technician, chemistry Brooklyn Hospital, 1972—1973. Technologist, hematology, coagulation and clinical microscopy Lenox Hill Hospital, New York City, 1973—1977.

Teacher, biology Tehran American School, Iran, 1978. Technologist, serology and immunohematology Path Laboratory Inc., Nashville, 1979—1980. Technical services instructor American Red Cross, from 1981.

With technical advisory committee, from 1987, Tennessee Association Blood Banks, 1987. Member, advisory committee Nashville State Technology Institute, 1985—1986.

Membership

Member of National Association Female Executives, American Society Clinical Pathologists, Tennessee Association Blood Banks, Member American Association Blood Banks.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, coin collecting/numismatics, travel.

Connections

Married Leroy Jones, August 4, 1973. Children: Kaleah Marie, Britney Ruth.