Gladys Delancey-Bolding is the Founding Director of Operations at BioLogue Program. Gladys instructs a spectrum of young minds from 4th grade through Pre-Med college students and K12 educators on Anatomy & Physiology, Botany, Cell Biology & Genetics, Chemistry, Forensics, and Integrated Science on a continuous basis.
Read more about Ms. Bolding and BioLogue Program here
Black History Month Profile #28
Dr. Reatha Clark King
Dr. Reatha Clark King is the first Black woman to work at the National Bureau of Standards. While there, she worked to determine accurate heats of formation of gaseous fluorine compounds—work that was extremely important to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) because of its relevance to the space program.
In 1977, she became the President of Metropolitan University in Minnesota. Her design for the growth of that institution included increasing opportunities for minorities and women in higher education.
Dr. King has also left her mark in the corporate world. In 1988, she was recruited to be Vice President of the General Mills Corporation and President and Executive Director of the General Mills Foundation. She was later elected as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of General Mills Foundation.
In 2013, she was elected chairman of the board of the National Association of Corporate Directors.
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