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Educational administrator

Leona Mae Reed-Jackson, American Educational administrator ( education)educational administrator. Member National Education Association (human relations coordinator Alaska chapter, region 6 board directors, board dirs Alaska chapter, vice-chairman women's caucus), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, League of Women Voters, National Council Negro Women, Anchorage Education Association (minority chairman since 1982.

Background

Reed-Jackson, Leona Mae was born on September 9, 1945 in Crosby, Texas, United States. Daughter of Elton Phillip and Ora Lee (Jones) Reed.

Education

1 child, Lisa Nichelle. Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Bridgewater State College, 1973. Master of Arts in Mental Retardation, U. Alaska, 1980.

Certified teacher Alaska, Colorado, Texas, Massachusetts, certified administrative principal.

Career

Teacher, School District# 11, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1973-1975. Teacher Anchorage School District, 1976-1978, 80^, member mathematics curriculum committee, reading contact teacher, member talent bank. Teacher Del Valle (Texas)School District, 1979-1980.

Administrative principal intern Anchorage School District, 1989-1990. Assistant principal Spring Hill Elementary School, Anchorage, 1990-1991. Elem.prin. international.

Assistant principal Ptarmigan Elementary School, Anchorage, 1991-1993,principal, 1993-1994. With Child in Transition Homeless Project Title I Anchorage School District, Anchorage, Alaska, 1994^. Board of directors Urban League,1974.

1st vice president Parent-Teachers Association, Crosby, Texas. Delegate Texas Democratic Convention, 1980. Chairman district 13 Democratic Party.

Member Alaska Women Political Caucus. Board directors C.R.I.S.I.S. Inc. Teacher religious education, lay Eucharist minister St. MartinDe Pores Roman Catholic Church, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church.

President BlackEducators of Pike Peak Region, 1974. Member social concerns commission Archidiocese of Anchorage, Council for Exceptional Children. With United States Air Force, 1964-1966.

Alaska State Teacher Incentive grantee, 1981, Ivy Lutz scholar,1972.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher Alaska, Colorado, Texas, Massachusetts, administrative principal.

Membership

Member of League of Women Voters, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Education Association (human relations coordinator Alaska chapter, region 6 board directors, board dirs Alaska chapter, vice-chairman women's caucus), Alaska Women's Political Caucus, Principals Association, Alaska Women Administration, Association Supervision & Curriculum Development, Anchorage Education Association (minority chairman since 1982, member black caucus political action committee, vice president programs 1986-1988, vice president programs committee women's caucus 1986-1987), National Council Negro Women, Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha Kapp Alpha.

Connections

Married Junior Aaron B. Mounds Reed-Jackson, August 21, 1965 (divorced). 1 child Lisa Nichelle. Married Emanuel Jackson, March 8, 1997.

father:
Elton Phillip Reed

mother:
Ora Lee (Jones) Reed

spouses:
Junior Aaron B. Mounds Reed-Jackson

Emanuel Jackson

child:
Lisa Nichelle Reed-Jackson