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language educator , writer

Deborah Hope Doolittle, American language educator, writer. Recipient AWP Intro award, Onslaw Council Arts, 1991, Poetry Slam award, 1999—2000. Board member Onslaw Council Arts, Jacksonville, 1999—2001, vice president, secretary, 2001—2003; vice president Congregation Bethla Midbar, Yuma, Arizona, 2003; Member of North Carolina College English Instructors, North Carolina Poetry Society, North Carolina Writers Network.

Background

Doolittle, Deborah Hope was born on February 1, 1956 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Kenneth Arnold Doolittle and Mary Elizabeth Black.

Education

Bachelor, University Colorado, 1978. Master of Arts, George Washington University, 1981. Master of Fine Arts, San Diego State University, 1995.

Career

Congressional fellow United States Congress, District of Columbia, 1980—1981. Instructor Arizona Weston College Foundation, Yuma, Arizona, 1991—1992. Graduate teaching assistant San Diego State University, 1993—1995.

Instructor Coastal Carolina Community College, Jacksonville, North Carolina, 1995—2003, Central Carolina Community College, Lillington, since 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books.

Membership

Board member Onslaw Council Arts, Jacksonville, 1999—2001, vice president, secretary, 2001—2003. Vice president Congregation Bethla Midbar, Yuma, Arizona, 2003. Member of North Carolina College English Instructors, North Carolina Poetry Society, North Carolina Writers Network.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, camping, hiking, movies.

Connections

Married Michael S. Archer, May 24, 1983. Children: Rebecca Hope Archer, Joshua Harold Archer.

father:
Kenneth Arnold Doolittle

mother:
Mary Elizabeth Black

spouse:
Michael S. Archer

children:
Rebecca Hope Archer Doolittle

Joshua Harold Archer Doolittle