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Elizabeth Ann Miller, American mathematician, human services manager. Certified teacher, Louisiana. Member American Association of University Women (secretary Alexandria-Pineville branch 1990-1992, 2002-2004, parliamentarian 2004^), Daughters of the American Revolution (American History Month chair 1991-1994).

Background

Miller, Elizabeth Ann was born on September 11, 1939 in Alexandria, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of Brice Turrentine and Thelma Elizabeth (Stalsby) Harrison.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Louisiana College, 1962. Master of Science, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, Louisiana, 1964.

Career

Teacher Rapides Parish Schools, Alexandria, Louisiana, 1964-1965, 67-69. Instructor Itawamba Junior College, Fulton, Mississippi, 1965-1966, Jefferson State. Junior College, Birmingham, Alabama, 1966-1967.

Human service worker II Rapides Parish Office Human Development, Alexandria, 1969-1982. Substitute teacher various Alexandria schools, 1982-1987. Instructor Communications College Alexandria, 1987-1988.

Substitute teacher Rapides Parish Schools, Alexandria, since 1989, Holy Savior Menard Central High School, Alexandra Country Day School, 1993—1998. Teacher Forest Hill Academy, 2000. Graduate teaching assistant Northwestern State University, 1963-1964.

Adjunct instructor St. Leo College, England Air Force Base, Louisiana, 1990-1992, Louisiana College, Pineville, 1992, Louisiana State University, Alexandria, 2002, Louisiana Community College and Technology College Systems, Central Louisiana State Hosp, Louisiana Community and Technology College, 2003.

Membership

Member American Association of University Women (secretary Alexandria-Pineville branch 1990-1992, 2002-2004, parliamentarian 2004^), Daughters of the American Revolution (American History Month chair 1991-1994).

Connections

Married Tilton Anthony Auenson, November 26, 1957 (divorced October 1963). Children: Rebecca Ann Auenson Issa, David Brice Auenson. Married Donald Keith Miller, November 17, 1984.