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Cheryl LaRae Fike Edit Profile

also known as Turoczy Hart

institutional planning coordinator

Cheryl La Rae Turoczy, American institutional planning coordinator.

Background

Cheryl La Rae (Fike) Turoczy Hart was born on August 14, 1943, in Rupert, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Arthur Ray Fike and Dorothy LaBelle (Hart) Fike.

Education

Bachelor, Whitman College, 1965. Master of Education in Human Services, Boston University, 1979.

Career

Teacher Sharpstein Elementary School, Walla Walla, Washington, 1965—1968, Tyler Primary School, Naha Air Force Base, Okinawa, Japan, 1968—1969, Nurnburg Elementary School, Germany, 1969—1970, Stuttgart Elementary-Junior High School, 1977—1981. Program director Federally Funded Guardian Ad Litem Program, Twin Falls, Idaho, 1981—1986. Coordinator institutional planning College Southern Idaho, since 1986.

Title III coordinator, since 1988. Consultant in field.

Membership

Trainer child abuse prevention & treatment. State social services advisory bd. President Idaho Network for Children.

Chapter National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse, 1983—1984. Board directors, 1983—1986. Member Idaho centennial committees.

Member of National Institute Leadership Development, American Association Women Community & Junior Colleges, World Future Society, National Council Research & Planning, American Association Community & Junior Colleges, Society College & University Planning.

Connections

1 child Richard.

father:
Arthur Ray Turoczy Turoczy

mother:
Dorothy LaBelle (Hart) Fike Turoczy

child:
Richard Turoczy