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lecturer

Marilyn B. Benveniste, American lecturer. Recipient Young Leader award, Jewish Welfare Board, 1976, Leadership Georgia, 1982, Leadership Atlanta, 1981, Leadership Georgia Alumni award, 1988, NACLO Outstanding Leadership award, 1988. Vice president Brandeis Women's Committee, 1968—1970; president Temple Sinai Women's Committee, Atlanta, 1972—1974; Member of Sandy Springs (trustee), Atlanta Chamber C.

Background

Benveniste, Marilyn B. was born on July 27, 1940 in Atlanta. Daughter of Irving and Rose (Silver) Berkowitz.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education, University Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1962. Master of Science in Human Resource Development, Georgia State University, 1991.

Career

Teacher Atlanta Public Schools, 1962—1963. Speechwriter, since 1983. Public speaking consultant, Atlanta, since 1978.

Special assistant on college relations to president Kennesaw State College, Marietta, Georgia, 1983—1984. Chairman Leadership Cobb, 1984—1985. Principal Creative Results, Inc.

Advisor leadership development program Buckhead Business Associates. Member Atlanta Regional Commission Leadership Institute, 1993. Consultant, lecturer in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author (trainer): Gaining Awareness Through Education, 1979. Author: Put the Lid on Pot, 1978. Producer: (slide show) Pot The Quiet Persuader, 1979.

Membership

Vice president Brandeis Women's Committee, 1968—1970. President Temple Sinai Women's Committee, Atlanta, 1972—1974. Member of Sandy Springs (trustee), Atlanta Chamber C.

Connections

Children: Mark, Marshall, Melissa.

father:
Irving Berkowitz

mother:
Rose (Silver) Berkowitz

children:
Mark Benveniste

Marshall Benveniste

Melissa Benveniste