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education executive

Madeline Sandy Sanders, American education executive. Recipient certified Literacy Volunteers Chicago, 1984, Outstanding Tutoring Service award Human Resources Development Institute, 1985; Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1973.


Sanders, Madeline Sandy was born on December 24, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.


Bachelor, Northwestern University, 1973.


Legal assistant, Mendolsohn, Fastiff & Tichy, San Francisco, 1978-1980;legal assistant, Browne & Kahn, San Francisco, 1980-1982;program developer, Citizens' Congress for Community Involvement, Chicago, 1982-1984;public policy researcher, Roosevelt Center for American Policy Studies, Chicago, 1984-1985;training and educational consultant, Coalition for Improved Education in South Shore, Chicago, 1985-1991;manpower planner, City of Chicago, 1986-1992;president, Chief Executive Officer, The Sanders Group for Organisation Development, Inc, Chicago, since 1992. Consultant Human Resources Development Institute, Chicago, 1984-1985.


Board directors Citizens Schools Committee, Chicago, since 1988, League United Latin American Citizens, Chicago, 1988-1990. President local management board Rebecca K. Crown Center, Chicago, 1989-1990. Member program and steering committees Teacher's Academy for Math and Science.

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Association of Female Executives, International Reading Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, musician, jogging.


Daughter of Elijah and Lucille Pauline (Hilliard) S. L child, Cyril Alexander.

Elijah Sanders

Lucille Pauline (Hilliard) Sanders