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Dorothy Mae Redmond, American hospital administrator. Certified teacher California. Member of National Organization of Women (life), Black Women Organized Action (life), Alpha Lambda Delta.

Background

Redmond, Dorothy Mae was born on June 18, 1951 in Pineville, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of Oscar Charles and Exie (Peoples) Redmond.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, University of California at Los Angeles, 1973. Master of Arts in Human Relations, San Francisco State University, 1977.

Career

Admitting interviewer Mount Zion Hospital, San Francisco, 1973—1975. Community coordinator teacher corporations Jefferson Elementary School District, Daly City, 1975—1977. Administrative assistant Mission Neighborhood Health Center, San Francisco, 1977—1979.

Staffing coordinator Kaiser Hospital, from 1980. Public speaker; theatrical consultant.

Religion

No one is less important than another, and no one can be thought of as unnecessary. Every single person is vital to God and to each of us.

Politics

God, in His permissive will, may allow political leaders, both in biblical times and the present day, to enact policies that are opposed to His revealed will.

Views

Different kinds of small groups inside the overall Baptist movement should be encouraged to developed, so that both leaders and members of the societies could receive support and challenge in their faith.

Membership

Member of National Organization of Women (life), Black Women Organized Action (life), Alpha Lambda Delta.