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Computer systems analyst

SHarl Kay Keskinen, American computer systems analyst. Named the Idaho Outstanding Young Women of America, 1981.

Background

Keskinen, SHarl Kay was born on October 8, 1948 in Wadena, Minnesota, United States. Daughter of Ervin John and Lila Marie (Lindstrom) Keskinen.

Education

Bachelor, University of Minnesota, 1970;postgraduate, Mankato State University, 1970-1971;postgraduate, U. Idaho, 1971-1973.

Career

Computer programmer, U. Idaho, Moscow, 1973-1977;programmer, analyst, U. Idaho, Moscow, 1977-1979;systems analyst, U. Idaho, Moscow, since 1979. Lecturer U. Idaho, 1980, 83, 86. Board directors College University Machine Records Conference, 1983-1989, vice president, 1986-1987, president 1987-1988, chair, 1988-1989.

Membership

Member City Police Chief Search committee, Moscow, 1981, Moscow City School District Facilities Planning Committees, 1983-1985. Chairperson Housing and Urban Development Grant Citizens Advisory Board, Moscow, 1985-1987. Regional co-director Idaho Commission Women's Programs, Boise, Idaho, 1979-1985.

Chair Latah County Democratic Center Committee, Moscow, 1988-1992, vice-chair, 1985-1988. Member College University Machine Records Conference (board directors 1983-1989, chair, 1988-1989, vice president 1986-1987, president 1987-1988, Best Paper award 1995), Friends of the Library (president 1975-1978).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, reading, horseshoe pitching.

Connections

father:
Ervin John Keskinen

mother:
Lila Marie (Lindstrom) Keskinen