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methodologies analyst , Data processing educator

Mary Klinger Lindberg, American methodologies analyst, data processing educator. Recipient Founders' Day award, 1971; Institute International Education fellowship, 1966, Penfield fellowship, 1969-1970, California State University Northridge grantee, 1974-1977, Andrew Mellon fellowship, 1977.


Lindberg, Mary Klinger was born in 1938 in Albany, New York, United States. Daughter of Julius L. and Anna Friedman.


Bachelor magna cum laude, Brooklyn College, 1965. Master of Arts in English, New York University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1970.


Assistant professor English Baruch College, 1972. Associate professor California State University, Northridge, 1972—1977. Adjunct associate professor New York University, 1978—1981.

Assistant to chancellor Long Island University, 1981. Consultant Con Edison, New York City, 1981. Manager development methodologies education Chemical Bank, 1982—1985.

Project management coordinator Merrill Lynch, since 1985. Private practice communications consultant, since 1978.


Member of Modern Language Association, American Society for Training and Development, American Society Aesthetics, American Society Theatre Research, Society Theatre Research, Alpha Sigma Lambda, Phi Beta Kappa.


Married Bertil C. Lindberg, October 12, 1979. 1 child Erik.

Julius L.

Anna Friedman

Bertil C. Lindberg

Erik Lindberg