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Ms. Myra Lewis M.

Assistant Director of Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

Dillard University

Direct Phone: (504) ***-****       

Dillard University

2601 Gentilly Blvd

New Orleans, Louisiana 70122

United States

Company Description

Dillard University is among the list of 33 historically black colleges and universities to which undergraduates can apply with one application for a one-time fee of $35. Clark Atlanta University is the most recent addition to the list of schools using t... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Director

Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

Assistant Director

Xavier University

Affiliations

Program Manager
Louisiana Counseling Association

Volunteer Teacher and Volunteer Leader
Peace Corps

Education

B.S.
science education
Xavier University

B.S. Degree

Xavier University of Louisiana

M.Ed.

Texas Southern University

M.Ed.

University of Liberia

M.S.
counseling psychology
University of Florida-Gainesville

Ph.D.

doctorate

University of New Orleans

Web References (90 Total References)


New Orleans Woman Wins NM HGTV Dream Home

nm-central.com [cached]

The winner, Myra Lewis, won a $2 million package which included the fully furnished home, a 2010 GMC Terrain, and $500,000.

Information from the press release includes:
NEW ORLEANS WOMAN WINS $2 MILLION GRAND PRIZE PACKAGE IN HGTV DREAM HOME GIVEAWAY 2010
New Orleans, La-[For Release Monday, March 15, 2010] The anguish of losing a home to the destruction of Hurricane Katrina was replaced by the joy of winning a new home when Myra Lewis learned she was the winner of the 2010 HGTV Dream Home, an enchanting, contemporary Pueblo-style home, located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lewis, assistant director of Dillard University's Deep South Center for Environmental Justice in New Orleans, Louisiana, is an avid HGTV fan who entered the giveaway each morning during the seven-week entry period. She was at home watching television with her son Chris when HGTV's Jamie Durie knocked on the door to surprise her with the news. Her emotional reaction was broadcast around the country during the HGTV Dream Home Giveaway 2010 special on Monday, March 15, 2010 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
"I'm blown away," said an emotional Lewis. "I'm blown away. This is just unbelievable!"
Lewis, whose name was drawn from more than 40 million entries, received the HGTV Dream Home 2010 grand-prize package with a value of $2 million. In addition to the new, custom-designed and fully furnished home, the grand prize package includes a 2010 GMC Terrain and $500,000.
New Orleans native Lewis, 63, is a former science teacher and Peace Corps volunteer. She and her son evacuated to Houston for six months following Katrina, but ultimately returned home to the community they loved so he could continue his art studies at Delgado Community College. They were particularly interested in the 2010 HGTV Dream Home because of the vibrant artists' community in the Santa Fe area.
Lewis's sister, Diedre Charlot, lives across the street and came rushing over as soon as she received a call from her weeping sister.


New Orleans Woman Wins NM HGTV Dream Home

nm-central.com [cached]

The winner, Myra Lewis, won a $2 million package which included the fully furnished home, a 2010 GMC Terrain, and $500,000.

Information from the press release includes:
NEW ORLEANS WOMAN WINS $2 MILLION GRAND PRIZE PACKAGE IN HGTV DREAM HOME GIVEAWAY 2010
New Orleans, La-[For Release Monday, March 15, 2010] The anguish of losing a home to the destruction of Hurricane Katrina was replaced by the joy of winning a new home when Myra Lewis learned she was the winner of the 2010 HGTV Dream Home, an enchanting, contemporary Pueblo-style home, located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lewis, assistant director of Dillard University's Deep South Center for Environmental Justice in New Orleans, Louisiana, is an avid HGTV fan who entered the giveaway each morning during the seven-week entry period. She was at home watching television with her son Chris when HGTV's Jamie Durie knocked on the door to surprise her with the news. Her emotional reaction was broadcast around the country during the HGTV Dream Home Giveaway 2010 special on Monday, March 15, 2010 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
"I'm blown away," said an emotional Lewis. "I'm blown away. This is just unbelievable!"
Lewis, whose name was drawn from more than 40 million entries, received the HGTV Dream Home 2010 grand-prize package with a value of $2 million. In addition to the new, custom-designed and fully furnished home, the grand prize package includes a 2010 GMC Terrain and $500,000.
New Orleans native Lewis, 63, is a former science teacher and Peace Corps volunteer. She and her son evacuated to Houston for six months following Katrina, but ultimately returned home to the community they loved so he could continue his art studies at Delgado Community College. They were particularly interested in the 2010 HGTV Dream Home because of the vibrant artists' community in the Santa Fe area.
Lewis's sister, Diedre Charlot, lives across the street and came rushing over as soon as she received a call from her weeping sister.


New Orleans Woman Wins NM HGTV Dream Home

nm-central.com [cached]

The winner, Myra Lewis, won a $2 million package which included the fully furnished home, a 2010 GMC Terrain, and $500,000.

Information from the press release includes:
NEW ORLEANS WOMAN WINS $2 MILLION GRAND PRIZE PACKAGE IN HGTV DREAM HOME GIVEAWAY 2010
New Orleans, La-[For Release Monday, March 15, 2010] The anguish of losing a home to the destruction of Hurricane Katrina was replaced by the joy of winning a new home when Myra Lewis learned she was the winner of the 2010 HGTV Dream Home, an enchanting, contemporary Pueblo-style home, located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lewis, assistant director of Dillard University's Deep South Center for Environmental Justice in New Orleans, Louisiana, is an avid HGTV fan who entered the giveaway each morning during the seven-week entry period. She was at home watching television with her son Chris when HGTV's Jamie Durie knocked on the door to surprise her with the news. Her emotional reaction was broadcast around the country during the HGTV Dream Home Giveaway 2010 special on Monday, March 15, 2010 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
"I'm blown away," said an emotional Lewis. "I'm blown away. This is just unbelievable!"
Lewis, whose name was drawn from more than 40 million entries, received the HGTV Dream Home 2010 grand-prize package with a value of $2 million. In addition to the new, custom-designed and fully furnished home, the grand prize package includes a 2010 GMC Terrain and $500,000.
New Orleans native Lewis, 63, is a former science teacher and Peace Corps volunteer. She and her son evacuated to Houston for six months following Katrina, but ultimately returned home to the community they loved so he could continue his art studies at Delgado Community College. They were particularly interested in the 2010 HGTV Dream Home because of the vibrant artists' community in the Santa Fe area.
Lewis's sister, Diedre Charlot, lives across the street and came rushing over as soon as she received a call from her weeping sister.


New Orleans Woman Wins $2 Million Grand Prize Package in HGTV Dream Home Giveaway 2010

resorts.ulitzer.com [cached]

NEW ORLEANS, March 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --The anguish of losing a home to the ravages of Hurricane Katrina was replaced by the joy of winning a new home when Myra Lewis learned she was the winner of the 2010 HGTV Dream Home, an enchanting, contemporary Pueblo-style home, located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lewis, assistant director of Dillard University's Deep South Center for Environmental Justice in New Orleans, Louisiana, is an avid HGTV fan who entered the giveaway each morning during the seven-week entry period.

...
"I'm blown away," said an emotional Lewis. "I'm blown away. This is just unbelievable!"
Lewis, whose name was drawn from more than 40 million entries, received the HGTV Dream Home 2010 grand-prize package with a retail value of $2 million. In addition to the new, custom-designed and fully furnished home, the grand prize package includes a 2010 GMC Terrain and $500,000.
New Orleans native Lewis, 63, is a former science teacher and Peace Corps volunteer. She and her son evacuated to Houston for six months following Katrina, but ultimately returned home to the community they loved so he could continue his art studies at Delgado Community College. They were particularly interested in the 2010 HGTV Dream Home because of the vibrant artists' community in the Santa Fe area.
Lewis's sister, Diedre Charlot, lives across the street and came rushing over as soon as she received a call from her weeping sister.


New Orleans Woman Wins $2 Million Grand Prize Package in HGTV Dream Home Giveaway 2010 | Real Estate Resort Properties

resorts.ulitzer.com [cached]

NEW ORLEANS, March 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --The anguish of losing a home to the ravages of Hurricane Katrina was replaced by the joy of winning a new home when Myra Lewis learned she was the winner of the 2010 HGTV Dream Home, an enchanting, contemporary Pueblo-style home, located near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Lewis, assistant director of Dillard University's Deep South Center for Environmental Justice in New Orleans, Louisiana, is an avid HGTV fan who entered the giveaway each morning during the seven-week entry period.

...
"I'm blown away," said an emotional Lewis. "I'm blown away. This is just unbelievable!"
Lewis, whose name was drawn from more than 40 million entries, received the HGTV Dream Home 2010 grand-prize package with a retail value of $2 million. In addition to the new, custom-designed and fully furnished home, the grand prize package includes a 2010 GMC Terrain and $500,000.
New Orleans native Lewis, 63, is a former science teacher and Peace Corps volunteer. She and her son evacuated to Houston for six months following Katrina, but ultimately returned home to the community they loved so he could continue his art studies at Delgado Community College. They were particularly interested in the 2010 HGTV Dream Home because of the vibrant artists' community in the Santa Fe area.
Lewis's sister, Diedre Charlot, lives across the street and came rushing over as soon as she received a call from her weeping sister.

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