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Ms. Alice J. Irby

Vice President of the Sandhills Chapter

English Speaking Union

HQ Phone: (212) 818-1200

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English Speaking Union

144 East 39Th Street

New York, New York 10016

United States

Company Description

The English-Speaking Union operates in over 50 countries worldwide. The most recent new members are: ESU Italy (2015) ESU Spain (2012) ESU Iceland (2011) ESU Turkey (2010) ESU Malta (2010) ESU Bangladesh (2010) ESU Cyprus (2009) ESU Albania (2009) ESU Est ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for Student Services

Rutgers University

Vice President

Educational Testing Service

Director of Admissions

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Chief Executive Officer

The Chauncey Group International , Ltd.

Affiliations

Board Member
Measured Progress Inc

National Advisory Committee
STEM-UP PA

Founder
Jobs Corps

Education

Rutgers University

bachelor's degree

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

master's degree

Duke University

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Measured Progress Board: Alice Irby - Measured Progress

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Alice Irby

Alice Irby earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNC-G), and her master's degree from Duke University. After serving as director of admissions at UNC-G, Ms. Irby joined Education Testing Service (ETS). She also assisted in establishing the Jobs Corps during the Johnson administration.
In the 1970s, Ms. Irby became vice president for student services at Rutgers University, and then returned to ETS as vice president. In this capacity, she led eight field offices and oversaw legislative efforts in Washington. During the 1990s, Ms. Irby founded and was named chief executive officer of ETS's first operational subsidiary, The Chauncey Group International-an organization devoted to developing employment and professional licensing and certification examinations.
Since moving to Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ms. Irby has focused on higher education and on her local community. In addition to her consulting work and position on the board of directors at Measured Progress, Ms. Irby served as president of the local branch of the English Speaking Union and now serves as regional chair of the organization. She is active in supporting development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), her alma mater, which in October 2013 honored her as a "Woman of Distinction. In 2014, Ms. Irby was the focus of an article on her accomplishments and the history of UNCG in "Our State" (North Caroline) magazine. She continues to assist in promoting local programs of Phi Beta Kappa, and she serves on the national advisory committee of the STEM-UP PA, a project to advance academic women in selected disciplines at six Pennsylvania colleges.
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Alice Irby


Measured Progress Board: Alice Irby - Measured Progress

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Alice Irby

Alice Irby earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNC-G), and her master's degree from Duke University. After serving as director of admissions at UNC-G, Ms. Irby joined Education Testing Service (ETS). She also assisted in establishing the Jobs Corps during the Johnson administration.
In the 1970s, Ms. Irby became vice president for student services at Rutgers University, and then returned to ETS as vice president. In this capacity, she led eight field offices and oversaw legislative efforts in Washington. During the 1990s, Ms. Irby founded and was named chief executive officer of ETS's first operational subsidiary, The Chauncey Group International-an organization devoted to developing employment and professional licensing and certification examinations.
Since moving to Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ms. Irby has focused on higher education and on her local community. In addition to her consulting work and position on the board of directors at Measured Progress, Ms. Irby served as president of the local branch of the English Speaking Union and now serves as regional chair of the organization. She is active in supporting development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), her alma mater, which in October 2013 honored her as a "Woman of Distinction. In 2014, Ms. Irby was the focus of an article on her accomplishments and the history of UNCG in "Our State" (North Caroline) magazine. She continues to assist in promoting local programs of Phi Beta Kappa, and she serves on the national advisory committee of the STEM-UP PA, a project to advance academic women in selected disciplines at six Pennsylvania colleges.
...
Alice Irby


Measured Progress Board: Alice Irby - Measured Progress

www.measuredprogress.com [cached]

Alice Irby

Alice Irby earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNC-G), and her master's degree from Duke University. After serving as director of admissions at UNC-G, Ms. Irby joined Education Testing Service (ETS). She also assisted in establishing the Jobs Corps during the Johnson administration.
In the 1970s, Ms. Irby became vice president for student services at Rutgers University, and then returned to ETS as vice president. In this capacity, she led eight field offices and oversaw legislative efforts in Washington. During the 1990s, Ms. Irby founded and was named chief executive officer of ETS's first operational subsidiary, The Chauncey Group International-an organization devoted to developing employment and professional licensing and certification examinations.
Since moving to Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ms. Irby has focused on higher education and on her local community. In addition to her consulting work and position on the board of directors at Measured Progress, Ms. Irby served as president of the local branch of the English Speaking Union and now serves as regional chair of the organization. She is active in supporting development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), her alma mater, which in October 2013 honored her as a "Woman of Distinction. In 2014, Ms. Irby was the focus of an article on her accomplishments and the history of UNCG in "Our State" (North Caroline) magazine. She continues to assist in promoting local programs of Phi Beta Kappa, and she serves on the national advisory committee of the STEM-UP PA, a project to advance academic women in selected disciplines at six Pennsylvania colleges.
...
Alice Irby


Measured Progress Board: Alice Irby - Measured Progress

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Alice Irby

Alice Irby earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNC-G), and her master's degree from Duke University. After serving as director of admissions at UNC-G, Ms. Irby joined Education Testing Service (ETS). She also assisted in establishing the Jobs Corps during the Johnson administration.
In the 1970s, Ms. Irby became vice president for student services at Rutgers University, and then returned to ETS as vice president. In this capacity, she led eight field offices and oversaw legislative efforts in Washington. During the 1990s, Ms. Irby founded and was named chief executive officer of ETS's first operational subsidiary, The Chauncey Group International-an organization devoted to developing employment and professional licensing and certification examinations.
Since moving to Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ms. Irby has focused on higher education and on her local community. In addition to her consulting work and position on the board of directors at Measured Progress, Ms. Irby served as president of the local branch of the English Speaking Union and now serves as regional chair of the organization. She is active in supporting development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), her alma mater, which in October 2013 honored her as a "Woman of Distinction. In 2014, Ms. Irby was the focus of an article on her accomplishments and the history of UNCG in "Our State" (North Caroline) magazine. She continues to assist in promoting local programs of Phi Beta Kappa, and she serves on the national advisory committee of the STEM-UP PA, a project to advance academic women in selected disciplines at six Pennsylvania colleges.
...
Alice Irby


Measured Progress Board: Alice Irby - Measured Progress

www.asme.com [cached]

Alice Irby

Alice Irby earned a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro (UNC-G), and her master's degree from Duke University. After serving as director of admissions at UNC-G, Ms. Irby joined Education Testing Service (ETS). She also assisted in establishing the Jobs Corps during the Johnson administration.
In the 1970s, Ms. Irby became vice president for student services at Rutgers University, and then returned to ETS as vice president. In this capacity, she led eight field offices and oversaw legislative efforts in Washington. During the 1990s, Ms. Irby founded and was named chief executive officer of ETS's first operational subsidiary, The Chauncey Group International-an organization devoted to developing employment and professional licensing and certification examinations.
Since moving to Pinehurst, North Carolina, Ms. Irby has focused on higher education and on her local community. In addition to her consulting work and position on the board of directors at Measured Progress, Ms. Irby served as president of the local branch of the English Speaking Union and now serves as regional chair of the organization. She is active in supporting development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), her alma mater, which in October 2013 honored her as a "Woman of Distinction. In 2014, Ms. Irby was the focus of an article on her accomplishments and the history of UNCG in "Our State" (North Caroline) magazine. She continues to assist in promoting local programs of Phi Beta Kappa, and she serves on the national advisory committee of the STEM-UP PA, a project to advance academic women in selected disciplines at six Pennsylvania colleges.
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Alice Irby

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