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consultant , Communications educator

Margaret Elizabeth Crohan, American communications educator, consultant. Named Outstanding Teacher, International Communications Association, 1990, Outstanding Young American, 1997.

Background

Crohan, Margaret Elizabeth was born on June 11, 1966 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Emerson College, 1988. Master of Arts, University Delaware, 1990. Postgraduate, Tufts Medical University, since 1997.

Career

Project director Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Wilmington, Delaware, 1988-1990. Education coordinator New England Broadcasting Association, Boston, since 1990. President Professionally Speaking, Framingham, Massachusetts, since 1990.

Professor Emerson College, Boston, since 1990. Adjunct professor Northeastern University, Boston, 1990-1996, Boston University, since 1990, Curry College, Milton, Massachusetts, since 1990. Consultant Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, 1997, American Express, Boston, 1996, Pine St. Inn., Boston, 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member geriatrics committee, health education committee Curry College, 1997. Intercollegiate judge Green Line Forensics Society, Boston, since 1990. Coordinator American Red Cross, Wilmington, 1989.

Member New England Broadcasting Association (education coordinator since 1990), Speech Communications Association, Massachusetts Public Health Association (chair women's health section, chair women's health committee), Emerson College Alumni Association, University Delaware Alumni Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, reading, writing, hiking, travel.