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Management educator , university official

Sally Jacquelyn Page, American university official, management educator.


Page, Sally Jacquelyn was born in 1943 in Saginaw, Michigan, United States. Daughter of William Henry and Doris Effie (Knippel) Page.


Bachelor, University Iowa, 1965. Master of Business Administration, Southern Illinois University, 1973.


Copy editor Curriculum Vitae Mosby Company, St. Louis, 1965-1969. Editorial consultant Editorial Associates, Edwardsville, Illinois, 1969-1970. Research administrator Southern Illinois University, 1970-1974, assistant to president, affirmative action officer, 1974-1977.

Officer of institution University North Dakota, Grand Forks, since 1977, lecturer management, since 1978. Political comentator Station KFJM, National Public Radio affiliate, 1981-1990. Member mayor's committee Employment of People With Disabilities, 1980-1997.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Chairman North Dakota Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Officers, 1987-2003. Chairman NDUS Diversity Council. President Pine to Prairie council Girl Scouts United States, 1980-1985.

Member employment committee Illinois Commission on Status of Women, 1976-1977. Member Bicentennial Committee, Edwardsville, 1976, Bikeway Task Force, Edwardsville, 1975-1977, Greater Grand Forks Business Leadership Network, North Dakota. Board directors Grand Forks Homes, 1985—2003, president, 1996-2001.

Member foundation board Valley Memorial Homes, since 2005, vice chair, 2007. Member Civil Service Review Task Force, Grand Forks, 1982, civil service commissioner, 1983-1998, chairman, 1984, 86, 88, 92, 96. Ruling elder 1st Presbyterian.

Member Grand Forks Mayor's Advisory Cabinet, 1998-2000. Member American Association of University Women (director Illinois 1975-1977), Philanthropic and Educational Organization, College and University Personnel Association (research and publications board 1982-1984), Society Human Resource Management, American Association Affirmative Action, American Dental Association Coordinators.


William Henry Page

Doris Effie (Knippel) Page