Dr. Martha Jean Adams-Heggins

Martha Jean Adams-Heggins
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Dr. Martha Jean Adams-Heggins' Biography

Type Of Business:
Education
Marketing Area:
Global
Expertise:
Education, Psychology, Cognition
Major Product/SVS:
Higher Education, Master and Bachelor Programs
Favorite Business Publication:
Forbes, Ink, Wall Street
Hobbies/Sports:
Golfing, Reading, Traveling, Dancing, Book Club
Education Degrees:
Doctorate Degree, Cognition, Rutgers University, New Jersey; Master of Education, Reading Curriculum, Bank Street College, New York; Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education, Reading, South Carolina
Affiliations Awards:
American Association of University Women; Association for Childhood Education International; Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development; South Carolina Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development; Southern Poverty Law Center
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The highlight of her career has been developing a program at South Carolina State University Family Life Center. Dr. Adams-Heggins also co-authored a book: A Diverse Approach to Violence Prevention Program a National Model
Charity:
State and National Diabetes Associations, State and National Cancer Associations
Number Of Years In Profession:
33
Number Of Years In Current Position:
14
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
Dr. Adams-Heggins attributes her success to the support of her mother and family and the heritage she came from.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
Dr. Adams-Heggins became involved in her profession because of the encouragement of her wonderful professors.
Extended Bio Profile:
Additional affiliations include the National Organization for Women; Phi Delta Kappa; Kappa Omicron Nu; Manchester Who's Who, 2005; Rutgers Alumni of South Carolina; South Carolina State University Alumni Association; AARP. Honors and awards include Organizer, Founder and Vice President, The National Black Child Development Institute-SCSU, 1991; Teacher of the Year, Department of Teacher Education, School of Education, South Carolina State University, 1991-1992; Annual Cornell Empowerment and Family Support Network Directory, Cornell University, 1990-1991; Distinguished Faculty Chair, South Carolina State University, 1982-1983; Directory of Distinguished Americans; World Who's Who of Women; Who's Who of American Women; Who's Who in the South and Southwest Community Leaders of America; Great Women of the 21st Century.
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