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Peggy Ann Montes

Peggy Ann Montes, American counselor. Named Woman of Year, Civic Auxiliary Planned Parenthood Association, 1975. Member of National Council Negro Women, League Black Women, American Association Supervision & Curriculum, Council Exceptional Children, American Personnel & Guidance Association, Phi Delta Kappa.

Background

Montes, Peggy Ann was born on October 17, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Thomas and Myrtle (Thomas) Booker.

Education

Student, Howard University, 1956—1958. Bachelor of Education, Chicago State University, 1960. Postgraduate, Governors State University, Chicago, 1973—1974.

Career

Elementary teacher Chicago Board Education, 1960—1971, adjustment teacher-counselor, 1971—1974. Coordinator counseling services department Percy Julian High School, since 1975. Consultant in field

President Professional Auxiliary Provident Hospital, since 1973.

Board directors Harriet Harris Young Women’s Christian Association, 1972, Chicago Area Planned Parenthood Association, 1974—1976, Provident Medical Center, DuSable Museum African American History. Commissioner Womens Affairs Commission.

Membership

Member of National Council Negro Women, League Black Women, American Association Supervision & Curriculum, Council Exceptional Children, American Personnel & Guidance Association, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Paul Joseph Montes, December 17, 1960. Children: Paul, Pia.