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educator

Jacqueline Jones Anderson, American educator. Certified Hartford University, 1971, Hartford College Women, 1971, University Connecticut, 1978. Member of National History Society, Alliance Black Social Worker, Society Patient Representatives, New England Public Health Association, Connecticut Hospital Association, American Public Health Association.

Background

Anderson, Jacqueline Jones was born on July 13, 1935 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Ella B. (Jones) Anderson.

Education

Bachelor, New Hampshire College, 1979. Master of Science in Human Services, New Hampshire College, 1989.

Career

With Community Renewal Team, Civil Air Patrol Agency, Hartford, 1966—1969. Freelance training consultant Hartford, since 1974. Director Health Care Department, Hartford Hospital, since 1969.

Board directors Ambulatory Health Care Planning, Inc., 1970—1971, PIT I Drugs, 1972—1975, Young Men’s Christian Association, since 1973, Toward Allied Health Career Today, 1973—1977, Get the Lead Out, since 1974, Child Guidance Center, 1974—1978, AMISTAD Group Home Girls, since 1977, Upper Albany Community Organization, since 1977, Health Systems Agency, since 1977, Bergdorf Health Planning Committee, 1977—1979, Black Coalition Health Issues, since 1978, Elderly Crisis Intervention, since 1979. Member Connecticut Stroke Program, 1972, Blue Hills Clinic Task Force Drugs, 1972—1973, Mayors Health Services Committee, 1973—1977, Community Health Advisory Committee, City Hartford, since 1978, Hartford Commission Substance Abuse Prevention & Education, since 1988. Resource person Planned Parenthood, 1972—1977, Justice Peace, Hartford County, 1972—1975.

Member Republican Town Committee, since 1973. Councilwoman Hartford Court of Common Council, 1975—1977.

Achievements

  • Certified Hartford University, 1971, Hartford College Women, 1971, University Connecticut, 1978.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Religion

The Gospel of Christ shows the essential steps that one must take to attain the goal of salvation.

Politics

Some people think that involvement in political life is something Christians should avoid. But God is present everywhere, including political institutions.

Views

Church members should meet regularly in order to be accountable to each other about how each person was living the Christian life.

Membership

Member of National History Society, Alliance Black Social Worker, Society Patient Representatives, New England Public Health Association, Connecticut Hospital Association, American Public Health Association.

Connections

Children: Wilfred, Gregory, Kevin, Kyle.

father:
Ella B. Anderson

child:
Wilfred Anderson

child:
Gregory Anderson

child:
Kevin Anderson

child:
Kyle Anderson