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research , education consultant

Rita M. Dickey, American tourism and corporate research training, education consultant. Docent Haas-Lillienthal House, 1982—1983; director training & development Travel Industry; member International Visitors Center, San Francisco; volunteer Committee Save Cable Cars; Member of Commonwealth Club (San Francisco).

Background

Dickey, Rita M. was born on October 16, 1925 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Joseph and Edwina Curtis (Partridge) Durkee.

Education

Student, University California, Berkeley, 1943. Student, University California, 1947.

Career

Writer, editor Teaching Machines Inc., Albuquerque, 1961—1964, EVCO Inc. Behavioral Research and Development, Albuquerque, 1966—1970. Editorial director Individual Learning Systems Inc., San Rafael, California, 1970—1971, marketing director, 1972—1974.

Director tourism development Northern Pueblo Enterprises, Santa Fe, 1971—1972. Vice president Sipapu Institute, San Francisco, 1976—1980, president, 1980—1982. Part-time faculty Business Administration, University San Francisco, 1981.

Private practice communications consultant San Francisco, 1976—1985, Honolulu, 1985.

Membership

Docent Haas-Lillienthal House, 1982—1983. Director training & development Travel Industry. Member International Visitors Center, San Francisco.

Volunteer Committee Save Cable Cars. Member of Commonwealth Club (San Francisco).

Connections

Married Franklin Miller Dickey, April 19, 1947 (divorced). 1 child Sarah Coulter Lazarus.

father:
Joseph Durkee

mother:
Edwina Curtis (Partridge) Durkee

spouse:
Franklin Miller Dickey

child:
Sarah Coulter Lazarus Dickey