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association executive

Margaret Tyndall, American association executive.

Background

Tyndall, Margaret was born on July 22, 1942 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Alfred and Annie Catherine (Abey) Tyndall.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1963. Master of Arts, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1968. Master of Education, University Pittsburgh, 1972.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Pittsburgh, 1985.

Career

Coordinator retail retraining, U. Center for Adult Education, Detroit, 1964-1965;assistant director conference and institute, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1965-1968;director adult and continuing education, Robert Morris College, Pittsburgh, 1968-1974;director career planning, Chatham College, Pittsburgh, 1974-1977;Chief Executive Officer, Young Women’s Christian Association of Greater Pittsburgh, since 1977. Adjunct faculty member U. Pittsburgh, since 1992.

Membership

Vice president Women's Leadership Assembly, Pittsburgh, 1991-1993, Women's Center & Shelter, Pittsburgh, 1993-1995. Member advisory board Forbes Fund Committee, Pittsburgh, since 1983. Board directors Greater Pittsburgh Commission for Women, 1987-1991, Cities in Schools, since 1995.

Member Children's Trust Fund, since 1995. Member National Association of Young Women’s Christian Association Executives (president 1985-1988).

Connections

Married William Wesley Armstrong, July 9, 1988.

father:
Alfred Tyndall

mother:
Annie Catherine (Abey) Tyndall

spouse:
William Wesley Armstrong