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Business education educator

Martha Oates Beliveau, business education educator. Certified teacher Georgia.

Background

Beliveau, Martha Oates was born on September 25, 1944 in Gastonia, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Grady and Helen (White) Oates.

Education

Bachelor of Science, We. Carolina University, 1967. Master of Arts, 1969.

Educational Specialist, Georgia State University, 1981.

Career

Secretary Congressman B. Whitener, Washington, 1965. Instructor Haywood Technology Institute, Clyde, North Carolina, 1967—1968, Gaston College, 1968—1975. Administrative assistant Pilot International Headquarters, Macon, Georgia, 1973.

Instructor Macon Junior College, 1973—1975. Assistant professor, coordinator business education Clayton State College, 1975—1982, associate professor, since 1982. Commissions consultant member Mid-Georgia Symphony Guild.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher Georgia.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Business Writing: Concepts and Applications, 1983.

Membership

Member of American Association of University Women, Pilot International, Pilot International (director), Georgia Business Education Association, Southern Business Education Association, Administrative Management Society, National Business Education Association, Georgia Vocational Association, American Vocational Association, Association Information Systems Professionals, Pilot of Macon (Georgia), Delta Pi Epsilon, Delta Pi Epsilon.

Connections

Married Paul Roland Beliveau, May 27, 1977.

father:
Grady Oates

mother:
Helen (White) Oates

spouse:
Paul Roland Beliveau