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Technology company executive

Norma Thalia Hillso, American Technology company executive. Avocations: numismatics, amateur radio, parachuting, gliding, astronomy. F C. Named Educator of Year California Education Association, San Francisco, 1978; recipient Diploma de Honor Mexico Ministry Education, Mexico City, 1982, Gold medal in education Texas State Department Education, Austin, 1985, The Rachel Nachum award Hebrew U., Jerusalem, 1993.


Hillso, Norma Thalia was born on August 15, 1955 in Chien Du Feu, Quebec, Canada. Daughter of Norman Herbert and Mirella Thalia (Jouvenal) Hillso. came to the United States, 1955.


Bachelor, Vassar College, 1968. Master of Education, Oberlin (Ohio) College, 1969. Doctor of Education, Boston University, 1973.

Doctor Letters, Occidental College, 1988.


Sales representative, Encyclopedia Brittanica, White Plains, New York, 1965-1968; editor educational publication, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York City, 1968-1971; senior editor education, Academy Press, New York City, 1971-1974; assistant superintendent, San Mateo (California) Public Schools, 1974-1977; superintendent, Eureka (California) United District, 1977-1981; director research, unites states department Education, Washington, 1981-1984; vice president, Mather Cons., Chicago, 1984-1987; vice president development, Aura Technology Corporation, Larchmont, New York, since 1987; executive vice president, Aura Technology Supplies Corporation, Scarsdale, New York, since 1992. Consultant unites states department Education, Washington, since 1984, unites states department State, Washington, 1987-1992, Canada Department Education, Ottawa, 1984-1993, Israel Ministry Education, Jerusalem, since 1989.


  • Avocations: numismatics, amateur radio, parachuting, gliding, astronomy. F C.


  • Other Work

    • Author: The Classroom Experience, 1983, The Academic Retailer, 1988, Dangerous Education, 1992.


Chairperson Village Democratic Club, Larchmont, 1990-1992. Member County Education Council, White Plains, New York, 1992-1995. Member American Education Society (president 1985-1990), New York Academy of Sciences (committee member), Council of Americas, Rotary Club of Larchmont (committee member since 1990).


  • Other Interests

    Coin collecting/numismatics, amateur radio, parachuting, gliding, astronomy.


Married Nikos Agnopoulos, July 4, 1969. Children: Mirella Thalia, Nicholas Herbert.

Norman Herbert Hillso

Mirella Thalia (Jouvenal) Hillso

Nikos Agnopoulos

Mirella Thalia Hillso

Nicholas Herbert Hillso