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Interior design executive , freelance writer

Gloria Krasnow Liebenson was American interior design executive, freelance writer. Board directors Jewish Social Service Agency, Washington, 1983-1985, National Council Jewish Women. 1982-1984; president Friends National Museum African Art, 1983-1985, District of Columbia Mental Health Association, 1986-1988.

Background

Liebenson, Gloria Krasnow was born on April 6, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Henry Randolph and Margaret (Rivkin) Krasnow.

Education

Student, International Institute Interior Design, Washington, 1961. Bachelor American Studies, Dunbarton College, Washington, 1974.

Career

Numerous positions Journalism, Advertising, editing, 1942-1962. Interior design executive Creative Interiors, 1962—2009. Teacher interior design Young Men’s Christian Association, Washington, 1980-1982.

Membership

Board directors Jewish Social Service Agency, Washington, 1983-1985, National Council Jewish Women. 1982-1984; president Friends National Museum African Art, 1983-1985, District of Columbia Mental Health Association, 1986-1988.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Theater, concerts, Scrabble, reading, travel.

Connections

Married Herbert Liebenson, March 11, 1944 (deceased). Children: Lauren Ward, Lynn Liebenson Green.

father:
Henry Randolph Krasnow

mother:
Margaret (Rivkin) Krasnow

spouse:
Herbert Liebenson

child:
Lauren Ward Liebenson

child:
Lynn Liebenson Green Liebenson