Joyce Ford Kinnison Edit Profile
Bachelor magna cum laude, Georgetown College, 1959. Postgraduate, Eastern Kentucky University, 1967—1969.
Teacher Bethel-Tate Schools, Ohio, 1957—1961, Jefferson County Schools, Louisville, 1962—1963, 1964—1968. Director development studies Lees Junior College, Jackson, Kentucky, 1968—1972. Director cooperative education Montreat-Anderson College, North Carolina, 1972—1976, educational consultant, researcher, 1975—1977.
Executive director North Carolina State Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, Raleigh, since 1977. Member North Carolina Employment & Training Council, 1978—1983, Governor's Light-Material Interactions Committee, Raleigh, since 1982. Consultant, reader United States Office Education, Washington, 1973—1977.
Member editorial board Journal Cooperative Education, 1974—1981.
The concept of a free church in a free state rests not on political theory nor on human documents but on the word of God.
Member Carter Task Force-Education, 1976, Democratic National Committee, 1983. Member of North Carolina Vocational Guidance Association, North Carolina Cooperative Education Association (executive committee, secretary 1974-1976), Association Computer-Based Systems, Cooperative Education Association, American Vocational Association.
Children: Carole Sue, Mary Jane, Kelly Lynne.