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educator , consultant

Horacio Delano Lewis, American consultant, educator. Recipient Jefferson award for public service Delaware Chamber of Commerce, 1997, National Conference of Christians and Jews Community Builder award, 1983.

Background

Lewis, Horacio Delano was born on January 17, 1944 in Panama. Son of Clarence E. and Daisy B. Lewis.

Education

Associate of Arts, University Panama, 1965. Associate of Arts, Canal Zone College, 1965. Bachelor of Science, Morningside College, 1967.

Master of Arts, Northeastern Illinois University, 1972. Certified, Harvard University, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia Pacific University, 1996.

Career

Teacher, director guidance Central High School, Chicago, 1968-1972. Assistant dean, director Indiana University, Bloomington, 1973-1976. Education associate Delaware Department Education, Dover, 1977-1996.

Educational director, consultant Visions Creative Consultant, Newark, since 1983. Teacher Christina School District, 1997. Senior specialist, member faculty Brown University, Providence, 1997-1998.

Adjunct professor Springfield College, Newark, since 1997, Wilmington (Delaware) College, since 1993, State University Delaware, 1986, 99, Delaware Technology & Community College, since 1992, University Delaware, 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: I Might As Well Move to the Moon, 1974, 100 Poems and Other Impressions, 1977, second edition, 1982, My Life in Verse, 1996, Quadrangulated Inequality, 1997.

Membership

Chair Governor's Council on Hispanic Affairs, Delaware, Governor's Council on Child Protective Services, Delaware, Delaware Advisory Committee United States Commission Civil Rights. Founding member Transafrica, Rosa Park Tolerance Campaign. President, founder HoracioLewis.com, Fairnes Institute.

Chair The Latino Task Force, Delaware.

Connections

Married Susan M., December 6, 1951. Children: Sheena, Sonrisa, Benjamin H.

father:
Clarence E.

mother:
Daisy B. Lewis

spouse:
Susan M.

children:
Sheena Lewis

Sonrisa Lewis

Benjamin H. Lewis