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Cynthia Ann Adams

language educator , librarian , media specialist

Cynthia Ann Adams, American librarian, media specialist, language educator. Achievements include research in preservation of paper collections in archives. Graduate study scholar. Member visual arts committee Thomaston Upson Arts Council; volunteer American Heart Association, Warm Up America Foundation, St. John Lutheran Church Food Program, Griffin, Georgia, Upson Regional Medical Center; Member Kappa Delta Pi.

Background

Adams, Cynthia Ann was born on November 27, 1942 in Thomaston, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Emory Ellis and Marian (Moseley) Adams.

Education

AB, Mercer University, 1964. Master of Education, University Georgia, 1972. Educational Specialist, Georgia State University, 1994.

Career

Library. media specialist Upson County Board Education, Thomaston, Georgia, 1971—1972, Walton County Board Education, Monroe, 1972-1974, Madison County Board Education, Danielsville, 1974-1980. Teacher English, library media specialist Westwood Board Trustees, Thomaston, 1981-1982. Library media specialist Harris County Board Education, Hamilton, Georgia, 1983—1997.

Instructor writing, coordinator computer laboratory Gordon College, Barnesville, 1997—2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in preservation of paper collections in archives.

Works

  • Book reviewer School Library. Journal, 1973-1974. Crafts exhibited at National Museum Women in the Arts, Washington, TUAC Gallery, Thomaston

  • poet.

Membership

Member visual arts committee Thomaston Upson Arts Council. Volunteer American Heart Association, Warm Up America Foundation, St. John Lutheran Church Food Program, Griffin, Georgia, Upson Regional Medical Center. Member Kappa Delta Pi.

Connections

father:
Emory Ellis Adams

mother:
Marian (Moseley) Adams