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consultant , Computer company executive

Kimberly Ann Gorall, American computer company executive, consultant. Regents scholar, 1975. President geological society University Buffalo, 1978-1979; chairman Cub Scouts American Gates, New York, 1987-1988. Member National Association Female Executives, Center New York Communications Association, Gemological Institute American, Rochester Academy of Sciences, Society Technology Communication, International Gem Mineral and Fossil Society.

Background

Gorall, Kimberly Ann was born on February 5, 1957 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of Donald James and Constance Jean (Croft) Gorall.

Education

Bachelor in Geological Sciences, University Buffalo, 1980.

Career

Curatorial assistant Pinch Mineralogical Museum, Rochester, 1980. Assistant mineralogist Doctor David H. Garske, Bisbee, Arizona, 1981. Technical analyst Burroughs Corporation, Rochester, 1981-1986.

Provider/Management Information System liaison Rochester Area Health Maintenance Organization, since 1986. President, founder Croft Enterprises Ltd., Inc., Rochester, since 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: (with others) Monteregian Treasures: The Minerals of Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, 1988. Editor-in-chief magazine Citron, 1973-1975 (Best in New York 1975).

Membership

President geological society University Buffalo, 1978-1979. Chairman Cub Scouts American Gates, New York, 1987-1988. Member National Association Female Executives, Center New York Communications Association, Gemological Institute American, Rochester Academy of Sciences, Society Technology Communication, International Gem Mineral and Fossil Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Guitar.

Connections

father:
Donald James Gorall

mother:
Constance Jean (Croft) Gorall