Lenore Rosalie Gall, American educational administrator. Recipient Concerned Women of Brooklyn, Inc., 1994, Education award Stuyvesant Heights Lions Club, Brooklyn, New York, 1997, Education award Girls High School Alumni Association, Brooklyn, New York, 2003, Education award Key Women American, Concourse Village Beach, 2003; grantee Jewish Federation for the Education of Women, 1986-1987.
Gall, Lenore Rosalie was born on August 9, 1943 in Brooklyn. Daughter of George W. Galland Olive Rosalie (Weekes) Gall Bryant. Associate of Applied Science, New York University, 1970, certified training and development, 1975, Bachelor of Science in Management, 1973, Master of Arts in Counselor Education, 1977.
Associate of Applied Science, New York University, 1970. Certified training and development, New York University, 1975. Bachelor of Science in Management, New York University, 1973.
Master of Arts in Counselor Education, New York University, 1977. Master of Education, Doctor of Education, Columbia University, 1988.
Various positions Ford Foundation, New York City, 1967-1975. Deputy director career development Graduate School Business, New York University, 1976-1979. Director career development Pace Lubin School Business, 1979-1982, School Management, Yale University, New Haven, 1982-1985.
Assistant to associate provost Brooklyn College, 1985-1988, assistant to provost, 1988-1991. Assistant to vice president academy affairs Fashion Institute of Technology, 1991-1994. Assistant provost curriculum and instruction New York City Technology College, 1994-2000, dean students and academy services, since 2000.
Adjunct assistan professor LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, New York, 1981-1990, School Continuing Education New York University, 1983-1984. Director, secretary development workshop College Placement Services, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1978-1981.
Board directors Langston Hughes Community Library., Corona, New York, 1975-1983, 86-92, chair, 1975-1979, 82-83, 89-92, Second vice president, 1986, 1st vice president, 1987-1988, chair awards committee Dollars for Scholars, Corona, 1976-1999, president, 1999-2003. Active audience development task force Dance Theatre of Harlem, 1992-1998, honorary co-chairman, 1994-1995. Active alumni council Teachers College, Columbia University, since 2000.
Board trustees Renaissance Charter School, 2002, Queens (New York ) Borough Public Library., 2003. Member American Association of University Women, Association Black Women in Higher Education (executive board, membership chair, president-elect 1988, president 1989-1993), American Association University Administrators, National Association University Women (chaplain 1987-1988, Second vice president 1988, 1st vice president 1988-1992, director Northeast section 1993-1996, national Second vice president 1996-1998, national first vice president 2000-2002, national president 2002), Teacher's College/Columbia University Alumni Council (chairman nominating committee since 2001), National Association Women in Education, Black Faculty and Staff Association Brooklyn College (1st vice-chair 1986-1987, chair 1987-1988), New Haven Chamber of Commerce (chairman women business and industry conference 1984), National Council Negro Women Inc. (life, 1st vice president North Queens section 1986-1989, president 1989-1993), National Association Negro Business & Professional Women's Club (Sojourner Truth award 1991), Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Lambda Theta, Delta Sigma Theta (chairman nominating committee Queens Alumni chapter 2001-2003, chairman tri-committee-arts and letters, project church, May Week 1999-2002).
George W. Galland Olive Rosalie (Weekes) Gall Bryant. Associate of Applied Science Gall
Recipient Concerned Women of Brooklyn, Inc., 19...Recipient Concerned Women of Brooklyn, Inc., 1994, Education award Stuyvesant Heights Lions Club, Brooklyn, New York, 1997, Education award Girls High School Alumni Association, Brooklyn, New York, 2003, Education award Key Women American, Concourse Village Beach, 2003. Grantee Jewish Federation for the Education of Women, 1986-1987.