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College official , writer

Karla Lewis Gottleib, American writer, college official. Recipient Elinor C. Backman English award Ransom-Everglades School, Miami, 1984, Writing award Bar College, New York City, 1984. Activist American Indian Movement, San Francisco, 1991-1992.

Background

Gottleib, Karla Lewis was born on October 3, 1966 in Miami, Florida, United States.

Education

Bachelor, Yale University, 1984;Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, 1994.

Career

Student mentor, San Francisco State University, 1992;tutorial supervisor FSMP program, San Francisco State University, 1992-1994;campus organizer, Florida PIRG, Miami, 1995;translator, junior researcher, Indiana Project, Senegal, West Africa, 1995;associate producer, The Passing Project Visco, Miami, Florida, 1995;tutor, Ednl. Resources, Miami, 1995-1996;translator, researcher, Indiana Project, Mali, West Africa, 1996;intake advisor, Miami (Florida)-Dade Community College, 1996-1997;coordinator vocational programs, Miami (Florida)-Dade Community College, 1997;campus director service-learning program, Miami (Florida)-Dade Community College, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Avocations: swimming, diving, political activism, yoga, African dance.

Membership

Activist American Indian Movement, San Francisco, 1991-1992.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: swimming, diving, political activism, yoga, African dance.

Connections

D, Norman Lee and Marilyn Patricia (Roberts) Gottlieb-Roberts.