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Rehabilitation services administrator

Sandra Flowers Countee, American Rehabilitation services administrator ( education)rehabilitation services administrator. Member American Public Health Association, American Society Public Administration, American Occupational Therapy Association.

Background

Countee, Sandra Flowers was born on February 15, 1943 in Oklahoma City. Daughter of LeRoy and Minnie Ola Flowers.

Education

Master of Science, Columbia University, 1975. Master of Public Administration, New York University, 1979, Doctor of Philosophy, 1988. Certified social worker, New York.

Licensed occupational therapist, New York Staff occupationaltherapist District of Columbia General Hospital Community Mental Health, 1965-1968. Supervisor occupational therapy Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Center New York City, 1968-1976, chief occupational therapy, 1976-1978. Assistant professor, director field work education Temple University, Philadelphia, 1978-1981.

District manager New York Commission Blind and Visually Handicapped, New York State Department Social Services, New York City, 1981-1982. Dist.mgr. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, New York State Department Education, White Plains, since 1982. Regional coordinator New York State Department Education, 1992^ clinical instructor rehabilitation medicine Columbia University, 1977-1978.

Consultant Trinity Church and St. Margaret's House Development, New York City, 1979. Adjunct Professor Long Island U., 1988^. Advisory board Community Home Health Services of Philadelphia, 1980-1981.

Member Westchester County Private Industry Council, since 1983, Westchester County Council Disabled, since 1983. Member board of managers Nyack Young Men’s Christian Association, 1985-1987. Board directors Girl Scouts American Rockland County Council, 1993^.

Career

Staff occupational therapist District of Columbia General Hospital Community Mental Health, 1965—1968. Supervisor occupational therapy Columbia University-Harlem Hospital Center, New York City, 1968—1976. Chief occupational therapy, 1976—1978.

Assistant professor, director field work education Temple University, Philadelphia, 1978—1981. District manager New York Commission Blind and Visually Handicapped, New York State Department Social Services, New York City, 1981—1982, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, New York State Department Education, White Plains, since 1982. Regional coordinator New York State Department Education, since 1992.

Clinical instructor rehabilitation medicine Columbia University, 1977—1978. Consultant Trinity Church and St. Margaret's House Development, New York City, 1979. Adjunct professor Long Island University, since 1988.

Achievements

  • Certified social worker New York, licensed occupational therapist New York.

Membership

Advisory board member Community Home Health Services of Philadelphia, 1980—1981. Member Westchester County Private Industry Council, since 1983. Member board managers Nyack Young Men’s Christian Association, 1985—1987.

Board directors Girl Scouts American Rockland County Council, since 1993. Member of American Occupational Therapy Association, American Society Public Administration, American Public Health Association.

Connections

Married Harry J. McNeill.

father:
LeRoy Flowers

mother:
Minnie Ola Flowers

spouse:
Harry J. McNeill.