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Employment History

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The Baltimore Chronicle


Systems Engineer and Instructor

IBM Corporation


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Hampden: Safe Haven

www.baltimorechronicle.com [cached]

by Mabel Miyasaki Mabel Miyasaki was three years old when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.Here, she recounts her experiences growing up as a Japanese-American during the McCarthy period-and how Hampden and Friends School provided a refuge from the hatred and fear of those days. After graduating from Friends School and college, Mabel Miyasaki went on to a career as a systems engineer and instructor with IBM.She now lives in San Francisco, but says she often thinks back to her days of living in Hampden and attending Friends School, and promises more "Hampden stories" in the future.


Hampden: Safe Haven

www.baltimorechronicle.com [cached]

by Mabel MiyasakiMabel Miyasaki was three years old when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.Here, she recounts her experiences growing up as a Japanese-American during the McCarthy period,and how Hampden and Friends School provided a refuge from the hatred and fear of those days. After graduating from Friends School and college, Mabel Miyasaki went on to a career as a systems engineer and instructor with IBM.She now lives in San Francisco, but says she often thinks back to her days of living in Hampden and attending Friends School, and promises more "Hampden stories" in the future.


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