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Helen Zott Campbell

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Helen Zott Campbell, American writer, lecturer. Recipient citation, Philippine Government, 1958, Children of Libya, 1963.

Background

Campbell, Helen Zott was born on February 7, 1919 in Des Moines. Daughter of John Henry and Perna A. (Jones) Zott.

Education

Student, Fairmont Junior College, 1938. Student, Strayer Business College, 1939—1940. Student, George Washington University, 1943—1945.

Student, Organization Management Institute, University Delaware, 1973. Student, Management Institute, Notre Dame University, 1978.

Career

Accounting clerk George Washington University, Washington, 1940—1946. Secretary, bookkeeper National Education Association, 1946—1947. Secretary, accountant W. E. Cumberland, 1947—1952.

Accountant American Apparel Manufacturers Association, Inc., Arlington, Virginia, 1967—1972, assistant treasurer, 1972—1979, director finance services, 1973—1979. Private practice, from 1979. Member junior board George Washington University Hospital, Washington, 1948—1950, president, 1950—1952.

Board governors English Speaking Union, Sydney, 1963—1965.

Membership

Member of Zonta International, Arlington Chamber of Commerce (member association council 1975-1979), Association Foreign Service Women, Society Preservation Virginia Antiquities, American Society Association Executives, National Press Club (Capitol Hill), Capital Speakers Club (Washington), National Association Executives Clubs, Kappa Delta.

Connections

Married Robert A. Campbell, September 4, 1948 (deceased 2004). Children: Karen Leigh, Debra Arlene.