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Diane L. Davis, American librarian. Certified early childhood educator, secondary school counselor, South Carolina, special services certified, secondary counselor, Georgia. Member National Education Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, South Carolina Education Association, South Carolina Science Council, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Background

Davis, Diane L. was born on January 30, 1947 in Laurens County, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Cora (Madden) Hunter.

Education

Bachelor, Temple University, 1972. Master of Education, Temple University, 1975. Master of Library Science, Rutgers University, 1974.

Student, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina, 1981.

Career

English teacher 9th and 10th grades, head library, Mims High School, McCormick, South Carolina., 1967-1968;dormitory counselor, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1973-1974;counselor internship and practicum graduate program, Temple University, Shoemaker Junior High School, Philadelphia, 1974-1975;social worker, Crime Prevention Association, Phila Association for At-Risk Youth, 1975-1976;proof reader, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1977;social worker, Gleams, Inc., Greenwood, South Carolina., 1978;teacher 3rd grade, Gray (South Carolina.) Court-Owings School, 1981-1984;teacher 3rd grade, Pleasant View Primary School, Gray Court, 1984-1987;teacher 4th grade, E.B. Morse Elementary School, Laurens, South Carolina., 1987-1988;counselor, Richmond County Alternative Center, Augusta, Georgia, 1989-1990;library, Phillips Junior College, Augusta, since 1991.

Achievements

  • Certified early childhood educator, secondary school counselor, South Carolina., special services certified, secondary counselor, Georgia.

Membership

Member National Education Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, South Carolina Education Association, South Carolina Science Council, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Connections

Children: Alex Jamal Satterwhite, Frederick Davis.

father:
Cora (Madden) Hunter Davis

child:
Alex Jamal Satterwhite Davis

child:
Frederick Davis