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Wanda Tene Ramser

educator , librarian

Wanda Tene Ramser, American librarian, educator.

Background

Ramser, Wanda Tene was born on June 4, 1951 in Atlanta. Daughter of Galen Eugene Ramser and Christine Elizabeth Owen.

Education

Bachelor in History, University California, Santa Barbara, 1973. Master of Library Science in Library and Information Science, University of California at Los Angeles, 1976. Master of Library Science in Latin America Studies, University of California at Los Angeles, 1977.

Career

With University of California at Los Angeles Latin America Center, 1973—1978. Literacy coordinator County of Los Angeles Library., 1978—1983. Associate faculty South Orange County Community College District, Mission Viejo, 1986, 2002—2003, since 2005.

With City of Oceanside (California) Library., since 2001. Chancellors associate University of California at Los Angeles, since 1993.

Membership

Member of National Organization of Women, American Library Association (affiliate to Latinos and Spanish speaking, president San Diego chapter), American Association of University Women, California Library. Association (president services to Latinos roundtable), University of California at Los Angeles Women Philanthropy, Habitat for Humanity, Mexico American National Association, Palomar Library. Association (president).

Connections

Children: Catherine Nicole Hannabach, David Richmond Hannabach.