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lab administrator , executive secretary

Leah Fanchon Prince, American lab administrator, executive secretary. Certified teacher art, New Jersey.


Prince, Leah Fanchon was born on August 12, 1939 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Meyer and Annie (Forman) Berman.


Student, University Connecticut, 1957—1959. Student, Rutgers University, 1962. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1970.

Postgraduate, Caldwell College for Women, 1973—1975. Postgraduate, Parsons School of Design, New York City, 1978.


Teacher art Caldwell-West Caldwell Public Schools, New Jersey, 1970—1975. President Britannia Imports Ltd., Fairfield, 1979—1989. Teacher religious studies Bohrer-Kaufman Hebrew Academy, Randolph, 1981—1982.

Co-founder, corporation secretary Gibraltar Biological Laboratories, Inc., Fairfield, since 1970. Director, co-founder Gibraltar Institute for Research and Training, since 1984. Consultant International Antiques and Fine Arts Industries, United Kingdom, 1979-1989.

Consultant in art exhibitry Passaic County College, Paterson, New Jersey, 1989-1993. Art curator Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, New Jersey, 1972-1974. Curator history of nursing 20th century Bloomfield (New Jersey) College, 1990-1991.

Lecturer American Society Microbiology, New Orleans, 1989. Speaker in field.


  • Certified teacher art, New Jersey.


  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in group shows at Bloomfield College, New Jersey, 1990, Caldwell Women's Club, New Jersey, 1991, State Federation Women's Clubs Annual Show, 1992 (1st place award 1992), Newark Art Museum, 1992, West Essex Art Association, New Jersey, 1990, Somerset Art Association, New Jersey, 1994, Mortimer Gallery, Gladstone, New Jersey, 1994 (1st place award 1998, 2008), Tewksbury History Society, 1994, 98, 2004 (1st place award 1994, 98, 2004), Tewksbury History Society, 2001-2002, 04-08, (Juried Art award 2001-2002, 04-06, 07), National Meeting American Pen Women, California, 2002, Washington, 2004 (1st place award). One-woman shows include Passaic County College, New Jersey, 1990, Caldwell College, 1990. Author children's stories.


Chair annual juried art awards Arts Council of Essex Board Trustees, Montclair, New Jersey, 1984-1990. Chair fundraising Arts Council Essex County, New Jersey, 1989. Member American Association of University Women, Society Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators, Somerset Art Association, National League American Pen Women (president New Jersey branch, Juried Art award 2001, 2004), Barnegat Light Yacht Club.


  • Other Interests

    Boating, tennis, opera, painting, travel.


Married Herbert N. Prince, January 30, 1955. Children: Daniel L., Richard N., Robert G.

Meyer Berman

Annie (Forman) Berman

Herbert N. Prince

Daniel L. Prince

Richard N. Prince

Robert G. Prince