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Editor , writer

Marilyn Myers, American Editor, writer ( education, Self-emp.)editor, writer. member Capitol Zoning Dist.

Background

Myers, Marilyn was born on July 25, 1943 in Michigan City, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Budd Arthur and Agnes Helen (Orzech) Myers.

Education

AB, Indiana University, 1965. Postgraduate, Institute Educational Management. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1974.

Diploma, L'Academie Cuisine, 1978.

Career

Program assistant Office of Economic Opportunity, Washington, 1965—1967. Legislation assistant, select subcommittee on labor Committee on Education & Labor United States House Representatives, 1967—1968. Managing editor Poverty and Human Resources, Institute Labor and Industrial Relations, University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1968—1971.

Free-lance writing, editing, public relations work, 1971—1972. Legislation specialist Massachusetts Economic Opportunity Office, Boston, 1972—1973. Special assistant to president Hood College, Frederick, Maryland, 1973—1975.

Coordinator equal opportunity, affirmative action Arkansas State University, State University, 1975—1978. Proprietor Marilyn Myers' Kitchen, Little Rock, 1978—1988. Food writer Arkansas Gazette, 1984—1987, food, health editor, since 1987.

Governor appointed member Capitol Zoning District Commission, Confrerie la Chaine des Rotisseurs, National Federation Press Women.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Menus from Marilyn Myers' Kitchen, 1981, Picnics, 1988.

Membership

Member Capitol Zoning Dist.

Connections

father:
Budd Arthur Myers

mother:
Agnes Helen (Orzech) Myers