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Corlista Helena Hardman Edit Profile

educator , School system administrator

Corlista Helena Hardman, American school system administrator, educator. CErt. teacher, Ohio. Martha Holden Jennings scholar, 1985; named Teacher in Excellence National Council Negro Women, 1992; recipient Presidential award elementary science, 1997.

Background

Hardman, Corlista Helena was born on February 5, 1948 in Charleston, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Curtis Thomas and Maelena (Shepherd) Hardman.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education, West Virginia State College, 1969. Master of Education, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1977.

Career

Teacher Cleveland City Schools, since 1969. Supervisor Cleveland State University, since 1981. Adjunct professor John Carroll University, 1996.

Achievements

  • CErt. teacher, Ohio.

Membership

Finance secretary Everlasting Baptist Church, Cleveland, since 1978. Leader Lake Erie council Girl Scouts United States, since 1989. Member National Science Teachers American, Ohio Council Teachers English and Language Arts, Cleveland Teachers Union, Cleveland Regional Council of Scientific Teachers (co-president 1998), Center City Professional Development (chair since 1986), Alpha Kappa Alpha (Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching 1997).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, aerobics.

Connections

1 child, Bruce.

father:
Curtis Thomas Hardman

mother:
Maelena (Shepherd) Hardman

child:
Bruce Hardman