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management information systems consultant

Edgar Wiggin Francisco, III, American management information systems consultant. Certified finance planner. Ford fellow in economics, 1961-1964. Executive board, Green Mountain council Boy Scouts American, 1978-1982; general chairman Burlington International Games, 1983-1985, president, 1985-1986. Member Golden Key National Honor Society, Blue Key National Honor Society, Sigma Xi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Chi, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma.

Background

III, Edgar Wiggin Francisco, was born on November 23, 1930 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Son of Edgar Wiggin Junior and Ruth (Bitzer) F.

Education

Master of Arts, Emory University, 1956. Master of Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1960. Master in Public Health, Yale University, 1965.

Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1971.

Career

Statistician, research associate Emory University, Atlanta, 1953-1957. Instructor Georgia Institute of Technology, 1957-1960. Economist, research associate Yale University, New Haven, 1965-1971.

Program director Northern New England Regional Medical Program, Burlington, Vermont, 1971-1974. Adjunct associate professor economics University Vermont, 1972-1978. Associate clinical professor community medicine Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1972-1978.

Executive director, chief executive officer Health Resources Development, Inc., Burlington, since 1974. President Francisco Finance/Management Information System Consultant, Atlanta, since 1958. Analyst Aftco Associates, Roswell, Georgia, 1988-1989.

Vice president, chief operating officer Center for Public Accounting Services, Inc., Atlanta, 1995-1996. Private practice accountancy and Management Information System consultation, since 1996. Senior consultant Management Systems, United States of America, 1995-1996.

Executive director International Institute Management Science, 1995-1996. Vice president for academy affairs International University, 1995-1996. Founding member Vermont State Medical Foundation, Montpelier, 1973.

Treasurer, member executive board Vermont Professional Standards Review Organization, Burlington, 1974-1980.

Achievements

  • Certified finance planner.

Religion

Through Jesus' death on the cross, and his resurrection, the power of evil in the world is broken.

Politics

The commitment of individual Christians to work for social and political change should be recognized as a fully legitimate form of Christian discipleship.

Views

Small groups inside the Methodist Church should be developed. Thus all members of “societies” could receive support and be challenged in their faith.

Membership

Executive board, Green Mountain council Boy Scouts American, 1978-1982. General chairman Burlington International Games, 1983-1985, president, 1985-1986. Member Golden Key National Honor Society, Blue Key National Honor Society, Sigma Xi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Chi, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma.

Connections

Married Anne Salyerds, July 2, 1960. Children: Edgar W. IV, John Courtland.

father:
Edgar Wiggin F. Junior

mother:
Ruth (Bitzer) F.

spouse:
Anne Salyerds

children:
Edgar W. IV III

John Courtland III