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artist , photographer , health organization founder

Mary Fisher, American artist, photographer, health organization founder.

Background

Fisher, Mary was born on April 6, 1948 in Louisville.

Education

Student, University Michigan. Student, Wayne State University.

Career

Tapestry weaver, 1968-1970. Television producer, 1968-1974. Assistant to President Gerald Ford, 1974-1976.

Designer, manufacturer signature line of boutique items, 1980-1984.

Works

Membership

Founder Family Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Network, Incorporated, New York York City, since 1992. Member, former commissioner National Commission Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Member chairman's council Betty Ford Center.

Member Michigan Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome fund committee Council Michigan Foundations. Speaker Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome awareness in television news, health forums, conventions, Republican national Convention, Houston, 1992, 96.

Connections

Daughter of Max and Marjorie S. (Switow) F. Divorced; children: Max Campbell, Zachary Campbell.

father:
Max Fisher

mother:
Marjorie S. (Switow) Fisher

children:
Max Campbell Fisher

Zachary Campbell Fisher