Lois Estelle Jackson, American Public administrator, costume designer. Founder, board directors Barre (Vermont) Opera House, 1980-1990, Barre Players, 1970-1988.
Jackson, Lois Estelle was born on February 17, 1943 in Winsted, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Edgar Newman and Eleanor Estelle (Miller) Jackson.
Bachelor in Botany, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 1963.
Plant taxonomy researcher, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., 1963-1965;
botanical illustrator, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., since 1965;
medical illustrator, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, 1965-1970;
owner, craft shop, Chelsea, Vermont, 1967-1970;
assistant director Vermont Arts and Crafts Svc., State of Vermont, Montpelier, 1970-1975;
federal grants specialist, Vermont Energy Office and Department of Public Svc., Montpelier, since 1977;
costume designer, Chelsea (Vermont) Costume Company, since 1987.
Social norms that assume different standards for women than for men in marriage are outdated and should be rejected. Laws in civil society should define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Every individual should try to be open to others and willing to be changed. Therefore, community members should meet regularly in order to open their hearts, share their knowledge, thoughts and experience.