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academic administrator , educator , researcher , business consultant

Karl Menoher Everett,, international business consultant, educator, researcher, academic administrator. Achievements include research in stress, burnout, organization management and human behavior. Decorated Bronze Star, Joint Services Commendation medal; recipient Ogden D. Mills award, 1958, awards, United States Military, Government Republic of Korea.

Background

Everett,, Karl Menoher was born on August 13, 1935 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Karl Menoher and Nell Irene (McCullough) Everett.

Education

Registered Nurse with honors, division nursing, College Medicine, New York University, 1958. Graduated from the United States Foreign Service Institute, Washington, 1970-1971. Bachelor of Arts cum laude, U. Maryland., 1974.

Master of Arts, University Oklahoma, 1982, D in Public Administration, 1991.

Career

Commissioned 2d. Lieutenant United States Army, 1959, advanced throughgrades to major, 1967. Intelligence officer Department Defense, appointed member ad hoc committee National Security Council, 1968-1969. Private negotiator United Nations Command, Korea, with People's Republic of China and Democratic People's Republic Korea, 1971-1975.

Director Directorate of Security Field Artillery Center and Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1975-1977, retired, 1979. President, Chairman, Board Of Directors Oklahoma World Cons., Inc., Norman, 1977-1978. Senior associate Karl M. Everett & Associations, Norman, 1979.

Professor, chair department business administration Oklahoma Junior College, Oklahoma City, 1989-1990. Graduate faculty Troy State University, Webster U., 1992. Member visiting faculty John F. Kennedy Center, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 1977-1980.

Board directors Securities and Exchange Commission Limited, Rockville, Maryland., 1974-1977, board directors Cleveland County Mental Health Association, 1979-1982, chairman public affairs committee, 1979-1980, president, 1981-1982. Delegate Oklahoma White House Conference on Aging, 1981. Trustee Republican Presidential Task Force, 1985-1990.

Member Executive Committee Cleveland County Republican Committee, 1981, 86-87, ad hoc commission on capital improvements City of Norman, 1985. Presenter paper Mid-Am Congress on Aging, 1981, Gerontological Society.Am., 1981, Association Canadienne de Gerontologis, 1981, Chairman, Board Of Directors Citizens for Honest and Responsive Government, 1982-1984. Academic advisor, Adjunct.prof. graduate school Webster U., 1992.

Research work includes stress, burnout, organization management and human behavior. Elder, member session, trustee Memorial.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in stress, burnout, organization management and human behavior.

Membership

Member ad hoc committee National Security Council, 1968-1969. Member visiting faculty John F. Kennedy Center, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 1977-1980. Member Executive Committee Cleveland County Republican Committee, 1981, 86-87, ad hoc commission on capital improvements City of Norman, 1985.

Member committee congregational nuture Indian Nations Presbytery, Oklahoma, 1993. Member New York Academy Sciences (presenter positionpapar adopted for drug testing of government employees 1987), Pi Sigma Alpha, Pi Alpha Alpha (vice president U. Oklahoma chapter 1989-1990) Alpha Kappa Delta.

Connections

Married June Kay Lenz, December 10, 1960. Children: Dianna Lynn, Christopher Douglas.

father:
Karl Menoher Everett

mother:
Nell Irene (McCullough) Everett

spouse:
June Kay Lenz

children:
Christopher Douglas Everett,

Dianna Lynn Everett,