Patricia Caroline Jones, American arts administrator. Secretary Archlt. League, New York City, since 1982; member Governor's Advisory Communications for Westway Park, 1981—1985; member steering committee New York City Arts Coalition, since 1986; secretary The President' Council, since 1984; Member of Artiable City Club, Radcliffe (New York ).
Jones, Patricia Caroline was born on February 4, 1943 in New York City. Daughter of Robert Sackett and Mildred (Stadholz) Jones.
Bachelor cum laude, Radcliffe College, 1964. Master of Science in Urban Planning, Columbia University, 1977.
Reporter, editor Newsweek, Nature magazines, New York City, London, 1966—1970. Researcher, associate producer Horizon, Tomorrow's World, World of Crime, Man of Month shows, British Broadcasting Corporation, London, 1965—1969, The Advocates Station WGBH-television, Boston, 1969—1970, Bill Moyers Show, Station W National Educational Television-television, New York City, 1971—1972. Editor Newsweek magazine, New York City, 1970—1971.
Associate editor, public relations Mobil Oil Corporation, 1972—1974. Associate director Municipal Art Society, 1972—1977. Executive vice president Alliance for the Arts (Cultural Assistance Center), since 1977.
Consultant, writer Regional Plan Association, Open Space Institute, others, since 1976.
Secretary Archlt. League, New York City, since 1982. Member Governor's Advisory Communications for Westway Park, 1981—1985. Member steering committee New York City Arts Coalition, since 1986.
Secretary The President' Council, since 1984. Member of Artiable City Club, Radcliffe (New York ).