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marketing consultant

Rachel Aronin Wasserman, American marketing consultant.

Background

Wasserman, Rachel Aronin was born on July 25, 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Ben and Frieda (Horwich) Aronin.

Education

Student, Brandeis University, 1955—1957. Bachelor of Science, New Haven State Teachers College, 1959. Master of Education, National College Education, 1973.

Career

Teacher, public and private schools, Connecticut, Illinois, 1959—1961, 1970—1974. With grant management Northwestern University, Evanston, 1974—1975. Vice president Teaching Resource Center Productions Inc., Skokie, 1975—1979.

Video clinic manager American Medical Association, Chicago, 1979—1983, senior marketing services specialist, 1983—1984.

Membership

Board directors North Suburban Synagogue Beth El, Highland Park, Illinois, 1966—1972. President Beth El Sisterhood, 1968—1970. Board directors, central branch National Women's League, 1968—1970.

Midwest regional coordinator United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Campaign, 1986. Member of Women's American Organization for Rehabilitation through Training, American Association Medical Society Executives, Health Sciences Communications Association, American Marketing Association, East Bank Club (Chicago), Hadassah Lodge (life Pioneer Women).

Connections

Married Norton Wasserman, June 12, 1957. Children: Michael, Judith, Jonathan.

father:
Ben Aronin

mother:
Frieda (Horwich) Aronin

spouse:
Norton Wasserman

child:
Michael Wasserman

child:
Judith Wasserman

child:
Jonathan Wasserman