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Ellen Smith White, American health science facility human resources director. Scholar United States National Merit Society, New York, 1970, New York State Board of Regents, 1970-1974; grantee Mellon Foundation Society, 1976-1979.


White, Ellen Smith was born on April 23, 1952 in Mount Kisco, New York, United States.


Bachelor in Writing Arts and English cum laude, Oswego State University, 1974. Master of Business Administration in Industrial Relations, Pace University, 1979.


Service representative New York Telephone Сompany, White Plains, 1974—1976. Wage and salary assistant Albert Einstein College Medical, Bronx, 1977—1978. Assistant director personnel Beth Abraham Hospital, 1978—1984, director human resources, 1984—1992, Montefiore Hospital Medical Center, New York City, 1992—1997, The Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale, since 1997.


The Holy Ghost is a member of the Godhead, along with God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ. The Holy Ghost is one in purpose with the Father and the Son, but is a separate being.


Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Hospital League (trustee local 1199 training and upgrading fund), Association Volunteer Nursing Homes (chairperson), Human Resources Systems Professionals, American Society Healthcare Human Resources Administrators, Society for Human Resources Management, Association Healthcare Human Resources Administrators (chairman special projects committee New York City chapter 1987-1988, editor newsletter 1989-1990, director programs 1990-1991, chairman compensation and research since 1991), International Foundation Employee Benefits Plan, Mensa.


  • Other Interests

    Creative writing, skiing, swimming, quilt making, fishing.


Daughter of Eugene Andrew and Florence Johanna (Tirkot) Smith. Widowed; 1 child, Allison Ambler.