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education leader , consultant , teacher seminars

David Mallery, American education leader, teacher seminars, consultant. Recipient Klingenstein award Columbia University Teachers College, 1996. Education advisor Tracy S. Voorhees, President Eisenhower's representative on Cuban refugee crisis, 1959-1960; founding trustee American Film Institute, 1967-1979. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946, World War World War II.

Background

Mallery, David was born on August 3, 1923 in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Otto Tod and Louise Marshall Mallery.

Education

Bachelor, Haverford College, Pennsylvania, 1945. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Haverford College, Pennsylvania, 1995. Master of Arts, Middlebury College, Vermont, 1950.

Career

Teacher English Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, 1946-1958. Seminar leader Friends Council on Education, 1959-1994. Director professional development National Association Indiana Schools, Washington, 1959—2010.

Education consultant, since 1959. Teacher Bell Tel./U. Pennsylvania Institute for Humanistic Studies for Executives, 1960's.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: High School Students Speak Out, 1960's, Ferment on the Campus, 1960's.

Membership

Education advisor Tracy S. Voorhees, President Eisenhower's representative on Cuban refugee crisis, 1959-1960. Founding trustee American Film Institute, 1967-1979. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946, World War World War II.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Films, theater, music, international networking.

Connections

Married Judith Chappell Mallery, June 15, 1956. Children: Roger, Diane Mallery Cusick.

father:
Otto Tod

mother:
Louise Marshall Mallery

spouse:
Judith Chappell Mallery

child:
Roger Mallery

child:
Diane Mallery Cusick Mallery