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Oleen Majors Henson was business educator. Recipient Outstanding Service award, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Medford, New Jersey, 1981-1982.


Henson, Oleen Majors was born on March 19, 1922 in Winchester, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of James Thomas and Dora (Weaver) Majors.


Bachelor of Science, Tennessee Technology University, 1943. Master of Arts in Education, University Kentucky, 1944. Doctor of Education, Temple University, 1964.

M.Edn. in Counseling, 1984.


Associate professor Georgia State Woman's College, Valdosta, 1944—1946. Accounting instructor Tennessee Technology University, Cookville, 1946—1949. Instructor business education Temple University, 1963—1965.

Assistant professor, 1965—1969. Associate professor, 1969—1975. Professor, since 1975.

Professor emeritus; member project team Philadelphia Business Academies, 1972—1978. Advisory board, 1982. Study and evaluation teams Long Branch High School, Freehold School District, Lakewood High School.

Judge Future Business Leaders American, Pennsylvania state Leadership Conference, 1975, since 1977. Volunteer counselor St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Medford, New Jersey.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Gregg Shorthand, Individual Progress Method, Diamond Jubilee Series, 1972, Series 90, 1990, Gregg Shorthand Dictation and Transcription, Individual Progress Method, 1974, Series 90, 1982. Editor: Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 1978-1982. Co-editor: National Business Education Yearbook, 1974.


Member of Phi Beta Lambda, Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Pi Epsilon, American Association Counseling and Devel, American Association Counseling and Development, American Psychological Association, Philadelphia Business Teachers Association, Pennsylvania Business Education Association, Eastern Business Education Association, American Association of University Professors National Business Education Association, American Vocational Association, Arrowhead Racquet.


Married James Benjamin Henson, August 8, 1946. Children: David James, Cynthia Lynn.

James Thomas Majors

Dora (Weaver) Majors

James Benjamin Henson

David James Henson

Cynthia Lynn Henson