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Darlene Spitzer Antezana Edit Profile

History educator

Darlene Spitzer Antezana, British History educator. Recipient Outstanding Leader award Girl Scout Council, 1993; Von Ranke Woodson scholar Bowie State University, 1992. Facilitator Prince George's County Human Rels. Commission, Largo, 1997. Member American Association of University Women, Smithsonian, Phi Alpha Theta (sustaining).

Background

Antezana, Darlene Spitzer was born on November 26, 1944 in Salisbury, Maryland, United States. Daughter of Ralph Louis and Helen Matilda (Mills) Spitzer.

Education

Bachelor in History, Bowie State University, 1992. Master of Arts in History, University Maryland, 1994. Postgraduate, Morgan State University, Baltimore, since 2000.

Career

Academic tutor, Prince Georges Community College, Largo, Maryland., since 1995;instructor history, Charles County Community College, La Plata, Maryland., since 1997;instructor history, Bowie (Maryland.) State University, since 1997.

Membership

Facilitator Prince George's County Human Relations Commission, Largo, 1997. Member American Association of University Women, Organization American Historians, American History Association, Delaware History Society, Association African American Life and History, Southern Historians Association, Schombery Research Center, Smithsonian, Library. Congress, Phi Alpha Theta (sustaining).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, crafts, traveling.

Connections

Married Enrique Eduardo Antezana, April 11, 1975. 1 child, Norma Elena.

father:
Ralph Louis Spitzer

mother:
Helen Matilda (Mills) Spitzer

spouse:
Enrique Eduardo Antezana

child:
Norma Elena Antezana