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Information specialist

Marlene Ann Palmer, American information specialist. Recipient Superior Performance award, United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, 1983; University Maryland fellow, College Park, 1972-1974.

Background

Palmer, Marlene Ann was born on January 20, 1934 in Lexington, Nebraska, United States. Daughter of Alvin Charles and Gertrude Lula (Pickering) Potter.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Oregon State University, 1956. Master of Arts, University Maryland, 1975. Master of Library Science, University Maryland, 1975.

Career

Curator United States Naval Academy Museum, Annapolis, Maryland, 1976—1978. Library National Museum American Art, Washington, 1978—1979. Assistant database manager TERA Corporation, Bethesda, Maryland, 1979—1980.

Lexicographer General Electric Company, Gaithersburg, 1980—1981. President FEMTO Associates, Bethesda, since 1982. Administrative program library United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, 1981—1985.

Information resources specialist Farm Credit Administration, McLean, Virginia, since 1985. Editor, directory Gale Research Publications, Detroit, 1975—1978. Editor, reference book Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 1979—1984.

Membership

Member of World Future Society, American Management Association, Society Government Meeting Planners, National Association Government Communicators, Association Federal Information Resources Managers, American Society Information Science, Victorian Society (Philadelphia), William Morris Society (London), Alpha Phi, Beta Phi Mu, Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

Married Harold Dean Palmer, September 5, 1956. 1 child Harold Dean III.

father:
Alvin Charles Potter

mother:
Gertrude Lula (Pickering) Potter

spouse:
Harold Dean Palmer