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educational association administrator

Harriet Mayor Fulbright, American educational association administrator. President Maret School Board, 1975; executive director President's Committee for Arts and Humanities, 1997—2000; member United States Cuba Policy Project, Center for National Policy, 2001—2002; Member National Council Standards in the Arts, National Board Certified Counselors.

Background

Fulbright, Harriet Mayor was born on December 13, 1933 in New York City. Daughter of Brantz and Evelyn (Griswold) M.

Education

Bachelor, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1955. Master of Fine Arts, George Washington University, 1975. Doctor of Laws (honorary), University Scranton, 1986.

Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Long Island University. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Bank St. College. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), University Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana.

Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Pace University, 2006. Doctor of Humane Letters, St. Thomas Aquinas College, 2007. Doctor of Humane Letters, Arcadia University, 2007.

Doctor in Philosophy and Physics (honorary), Stevens Institute of Technology, 2006. Doctor of Philosophy in Law (honorary), Cleveland State University, 2008. Doctor of Humane Letters, University Pennsylvania, 2009.

Career

Chair art department, Maret School, Washington, 1975-1980; assistant director, Congressional Arts Caucus, Washington, 1980-1982; assistant director, Alliance of Indiana College Art, Washington, 1982-1984; executive secretary, International Congress Art History, Washington, 1984-1987; executive director, Fulbright Association, Washington, 1987-1991; president, The Center for Arts in the Basic Curriculum, Washington, 1991-1996; executive director, President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, since 1997. Board directors Council for Basic Education, 1991-1996, World Learning, Incorporated, since 1993, National Council for International Visitors, 1993-1995. Vice chair Reves International Center, since 1994.

Member J.W. Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, 1992-1998, Academy for Ednl. Development, since 1995. President Fulbright International Center, since 1996.

Unofficial ambassador Fulbright Program's 50th Annual.

Achievements

  • Fax: 202-682-5668 F C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: How To Get Your Own Pre-School Play Group. Editor: Fulbrighters Newsletter.

Membership

President Maret School Board, 1975. Executive director President's Committee for Arts and Humanities, 1997—2000. Member United States Cuba Policy Project, Center for National Policy, 2001—2002.

Member National Council Standards in the Arts, National Board Certified Counselors.

Connections

Married William Watts, August 4, 1954 (divorced 1975). Children: Evelyn G. Ward, Shelby H. Funk, Heidi H. Mayor. Married J. William Fulbright, March 10, 1990.

father:
Brantz M.

mother:
Evelyn (Griswold) M.

spouse:
J. William Fulbright

spouse:
William Watts

child:
Shelby H. Funk Fulbright

child:
Heidi H. Mayor Fulbright

child:
Evelyn G. Ward Fulbright