Mary Ann Walsh Edit Profile
Student, Immaculata (Pennsylvania) College, 1967. Bachelor, Villanova University, 1966. Postgraduate, Salem (Massachusetts) State College, 1987.
Postgraduate, Merrimack College, North Andover, Massachusetts, 1980. Master of Education, Lesley College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1994.
Internal auditor First Pennsylvania Bank, Philadelphia, 1966-1968, estate tax administrator, 1968-1972. Teacher Peabody (Massachusetts) Schools, 1980-1981, Danvers (Massachusetts) Schools, 1981-1983, Masconomet Regional School, Boxford, Massachusetts, 1983-1984, Stoneham (Massachusetts) High School, 1984-1986. Teacher computers and mathematics Triton Regional School, Byfield, Massachusetts, since 1986.
Co-advisor Business Professionals of America, Byfield, Massachusetts, since 1987. Team leader integrated arts Triton Regional Middle School, since 2003, specialist technical integration and media, member concern commission, since 1995.
Member Peabody Historic Society, since 1975, Friends of Peabody Library., 1991—1995, Peabody Music Parents Association, 1989—1993, Peabody Parent Advisory Council, 1989—1993. Member advisory board Lynn (Massachusetts) Union Hospital, 1985—1988. Mem leadership council Triton Regional School, 1993—2004, class co-advisor classes of 1994, 1997.
Co-advisor Tomorrow's Teachers' Club, 1998—2001. Co-director fall soccer tour Massachusetts Special Olympics, since 1993. Religious educator St. Adelaide's Church, Peabody, 1979—1982.
Member American Association of University Women (state treasurer 1983-1987, state correspondent secretary 1987-1990, branch treasurer 1991-1993, co-chair Northeast Regional Conference 1989-1990), Massachusetts Business Education Association, Massachusetts State Business Professionals American (executive secretary, board directors since 1993), Triton Teachers Association (sec, 1992-1994, member steering committee 1993-1994), Triton Regional Teachers Association (secretary since 1994).
Married Thomas Joseph Walsh III, May 17, 1969. Children: Lorraine, Jennifer, Maureen.