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educational media producer

Diana Lou Massucco, American educational media producer. Certified respiratory therapy technical 1972. Recipient honorable mention award, National Educational Film Festival, 1984, Silver award, Merit International television Association, 1985; Ross Laboratories grant, 1982-1983. Member of American Association Respiratory Therapy, Health Sciences Communications Association, Women in Communications.

Background

Massucco, Diana Lou was born on July 3, 1943 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Daughter of Louis and Bianca Amabile (Catuzo) M. Bachelor, U. Puget Sound, 1966, Bachelor of Science, 1974.

Education

Bachelor, University Puget Sound, 1966. Bachelor of Science, 1974. Postgraduate, University Washington, 1972—1973.

Postgraduate, City University, Seattle, since 1981. Master of Arts in Psychology, Antioch University, Seattle, 1988.

Career

Teacher Federal Way Public schools (Washington), 1966-1967. Teacher science St. Anthony Middle School, Renton, Washington, 1967-1969. Respiratory therapist, pulmonary function technologist Swedish Hospital, Seattle, 1970-1972.

Research technologistU. Washington, Seattle, 1972-1974. Educational media producer Health Sciences Center Ednl. Resources, Seattle, since 1975.

Educational consultant Puget Sound Blood Center, Seattle, 1980-1982, Children's Orthopedic Hospital, 1984.

Achievements

  • Certified respiratory therapy technical 1972.

Membership

Member Women in Communications, Health Sciences Communication Association (1st Place award for slide/audiotape 1982, 1st Place award for videotape 1983, award of Meritfor slide/audiotape 1983), American Association Respiratory Therapy.

Connections

father:
Louis Bachelor

mother:
Bianca Amabile (Catuzo) M. Bachelor