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Penelope Pettit Kreinberg, American counselor. Recipient Community Service award J. C. Penney, 1990, Metropolitan Family Service award City of Portland, 1988.


Kreinberg, Penelope Pettit was born on August 3, 1946 in New York City. Daughter of William Dutton and Carole (Earle) P.


Bachelor in Psychology/Sociology/Anthropology, Cornell University, 1968. Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, Lewis & Clark College, 1993.


Portland (Oregon) chair, Candlelighters for Children, 1982, 87;Oregon president, Candlelighters for Children, 1988-1990;instructor, counselor, Clackama Community College, Portland, since 1993;private practice counselor, Portland, 1994-1996. Board directors Candlelighters for Children, Oregon, 1984-1996. Board directors Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation, Washington, 1990-1996.


Board directors Camp Ukandu, American Cancer Foundation, Portland, 1985-1989, member advisory board service and rehabilitation committee, 1987-1989. Member local school advisory committee Grant High School Parent-Teachers Association, Portland, 1984-1988, 92-96. Volunteer United States Peace Corps, Colombia, 1968-1970.

Volunteer facilitator Dougy Center for Grieving Children, Portland, 1994-1996. Volunteer Ronald McDonald House, Portland, 1988-1989. People to People Citizen Ambassador to South Africa, 1996.

Volunteer American Red Cross, Portland, since 1998. Member National Counseling Association, Oregon Counseling Association, American Association Mental Health Counselors, Oregon Association Aging and Development, Association for Psychological Type, American Association Women in C.C.s, Oregon Career Development Association, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Gamma.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fine arts, hiking, outdoor activities.


Married Robert Lee Kreinberg, July 4, 1968. Children: Joshua Adam, Patricia Dawn, Sarah Lynn.