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Random Musings - New Docent Council - 2006
Before I introduce to you the four new members of our Board, I personally would like to thank the four members that are stepping down: Leslyn Leong - Recording Secretary, Toshie Neely - Treasurer, Barbara Liddell - Vice President and last but certainly not least, Pam Fischer - President.
...The Docents have voted in the following slate: Judy Lipman - Recording Secretary, Kiyoko Woodhouse - Treasurer, Michelle Monson - Vice President and Barbara Liddell -President.
-Having known Barbara
since 1997, my impressions are the following; she's
operates like a Swiss timepiece- i.e. efficiently.Highly competent, she
functions very well in whatever task she
has before her
educational professional background has something to do with it.Let's take a quick look.She completed an undergraduate degree in History at Stanford and has graduate degrees in French and Education.Then she went on to become a professional administrator in various levels of Education in the Palo Alto area.Barbara ultimately retired as Associate Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in Palo Alto in 1999.She is presently on the Board of the SAA as Coordinator of the Literature and Culture of Asia series.She
walked with Team San Francisco Asian Art Museum
for the benefit walk in Golden Gate Park for the National Alliance for Mental Illness
on May 21.Pretty cool!
Society for Asian Art: Board of Directors
Investigations Math Poll Results - The California Failure
Evers referred to a statement of Associate Superintendent Barbara Liddell, who [San Jose Mercury News, 4/5/95] had compared the percentages of Palo Alto eighth-graders in the top CLAS rank in 1993 (1%) and 1994 (24%)...
Annual Report | Society for Asian Art
Judy Fraschella is the Chair of the Literature and Culture Committee with members Vince Fausone, Barbara Liddell, Elinor Cullen, Anne Kahn and Jeanne Newman.
Where's the Math?
Evers referred to a statement of Associate Superintendent Barbara Liddell, who [San Jose Mercury News, 4/5/95] had compared the percentages of Palo Alto eighth-graders in the top CLAS rank in 1993 (1%) and 1994 (24%) ...