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Media specialist

Wilmetta Langston McSee was American media specialist. Certified in English Georgia Professional Standards Commission, 1969, associate media specialist 1969, media specialist 1981. Named Woman of the Year, Sisterhood of Dorcas, Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, 1981; recipient Community Service award, 2000, Service award, 2000, Citizenship Education Commission award, United States Civil Service, Robins Air Force Base Performance awards.

Background

McSee, Wilmetta Langston was born on September 16, 1935 in Burlington, Iowa, United States. Daughter of William Amos and Inez Jane Smith.

Education

Master of Library Science, Atlanta University, 1976.

Career

Legal clerk, cadre clerk United States Women's Army Corps, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, 1957—1960. Stenographer State Department Vocational Home Economics, Fort Valley, Georgia, 1960—1964. Secretary education division F.V.S.C., 1965—1967, instructor English department, 1988—2000, part-time archivist H. A. Hunt memorial library, since 2003.

Library media specialist Houston County Board Education, Perry and Warner Robins, 1967—1988. Computer assistant, operator, secretary Civil Service, Robins Air Force Base, Warner Robins, 1988—1995. Library Hunt Primary School, Fort Valley, 2001—2002.

Hospital auxiliary president Georgia Council on Auxiliaries/Volunteers, Fort Valley, 1986—2007, secretary, Atlanta, 1989—1991, central district director, 1996—2000. Board trustees member Peach County Public Libraries, Fort Valley, since 1992, Byron, Georgia, since 1992. Specialist fourth class University São Paolo.

Women's Army Corps, 1957-1960, Fort Jackson/Columbia South Carolina.

Achievements

  • Certified in English Georgia Professional Standards Commission, 1969, associate media specialist 1969, media specialist 1981.

Religion

Christian faith rests not on our own feelings, but on the promises of a faithful God.

Politics

Christian discipleship is a commitment to work for social and political change of the community you live in.

Views

It is human responsibility to innovate, sponsor, and evaluate new forms of community living that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals.

Membership

Committee chair, director RIF-8 years Fort Valley Alumnae chapter Delta Sigma Theta, 1960. Troop leader; service team leader. Council board member Girl Scouts America, Macon, since 1968.

Secretary, committee member, Fort Valley Fort Valley State University Area Alumni Chapter National'l. Alum. Ass'n., since 1966. Volunteer American Red Cross, Boy Scouts America, Central Georgia Council.

Youth director, sun.sch. superintendent, B.T.U. director, choir. Teacher Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, 1954, operator marquee, since 1974. Charter member Women in Military Service America Memorial, 1997.

Secretary, assistant secretary, district director, committee member FVSU National Alumni Association, Inc., Fort Valley, Georgia, 1966. Member of National Education Association (life), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (life), Senior Girl Scout Troop, Fort Valley State University National Alumni Association (life Alumni Hall of Fame, Community Service 2010), National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association (life), Girls High School Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Alumnae Association (life), Georgia Association Educators (life), Georgia Retired Teachers (life), National Alumni Association (life), Alumnae Association (life), United States Girl Scouts America, Brownie Gordhandas Sunderdas Troop Negro Girls (life. Chartered member 1968), Alpha Kappa Mu (life), Delta Sigma Theta (life).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel, sports.

Connections

1 child Charles Nathaniel Langston III.

father:
William Amos

mother:
Inez Jane Smith