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educator , Religious organization executive

Elizabeth MacDonald Burrows, Religious organization executive, educator. Ordained to ministry First Christian Church, 1976. Recipient President award for literary excellence CADER, 1994, 95, 97, Diamond Homer award Famous Poets Society, 1998. Member International Speakers Platform, International New Thought Alliance, Cousteau Society, International Order of Chivalry, The Planetary Society.

Background

Burrows, Elizabeth MacDonald was born on January 30, 1930 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of Leland R. and Ruth M. (Frew) MacDonald.

Education

Certificate, Chinmaya Trust Sandeepany, Bombay. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), International University Philosophy and Science, 1975. Doctor of Theology, Christian College Universal Peace, 1992.

Career

Manager credit, Home Utilities, Seattle, 1958; manager credit, Montgomery Ward, Crescent City, California, 1963; supervisor Oregon District Training, West Coast Telephone, Beaverton, 1965; president, Christian Church Universal Peace, Seattle, since 1971; professor religion, Christian College Universal Peace also board directors, Christian College Universal Peace president, Archives International, Seattle, since 1971; vice president, James Tyler Kent Institute Homeopathy, 1984-1995; secretary, Louis Braille Institute for the Blind, since 1995.

Achievements

  • Ordained to ministry First Christian Church, 1976.

Works

Membership

Member International Speakers Platform, International New Thought Alliance, Cousteau Society, International Order of Chivalry, The Planetary Society.

Connections

father:
Leland R. MacDonald

mother:
Ruth M. (Frew) MacDonald