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Property manager , space designer

Karen Margaret Rudolph, American space designer, property manager. Founding member Women Against Thirteen, Seattle, 1978; board directors Women Studies Student Union University Washington, 1975-1978, Native American Prisoner Support Group, Seattle, 1979-1983; Member National Women Studies Association (executive board directors since 1986), International of Cupertino, Quota.

Background

Rudolph, Karen Margaret was born on March 30, 1953 in San Jose, California, United States. Daughter of Onslow Hamilton and Betty Jo (Fry) Rudolph.

Education

Bachelor, University Washington, 1979. Master of Arts, Antioch College, 1984.

Career

Instructor University Washington, Seattle, 1976-1983. Executive director Multi-Svc. Center, 1980-1981; floor manager Downtown Emergency Service Center, 1982-1983, Bear Valley Service Center, Seattle, 1983-1984.

Property manager Rudolph & Sletten, Inc., Foster City, California, since 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with others) Changing Our Power, 1987.

Membership

Founding member Women Against Thirteen, Seattle, 1978. Board directors Women Studies Student Union University Washington, 1975-1978, Native American Prisoner Support Group, Seattle, 1979-1983. Member National Women Studies Association (executive board directors since 1986), International of Cupertino, Quota.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Writing, fabric artist.

Connections

Married James Marvin Simmons, September 19, 1987.

father:
Onslow Hamilton Rudolph

mother:
Betty Jo (Fry) Rudolph

spouse:
James Marvin Simmons