Leslie P. Schultz of McLean, chairman of the United Services Life Insurance Co., has been elected to the board of directors of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa. Schultz serves on the boards of several corporations and is currently a member of the Defense Orientation Conference Association.
Freedoms Foundation conducts accredited graduate teacher seminars, professional conferences, youth leadership workshops and a national awards program for individuals, organizations and communities. Parent, Teacher Group Gets President
Catherine A. Belter of Etta Drive, Springfield, first vice president of the Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers (VCPT), was elected president of the 260,000 member organization at the state convention held in Virginia Beach. Belter has been active in the PTA since 1974 and has held numerous PTA positions at both the state and local levels, including chairman of the state PTA's education committee and district director for Fairfax County PTAs. She has also been the legislation chairman for the Fairfax County Council of PTAs. She received her master's degree in library science from the University of Maryland and is working part time as a substitute librarian for the Fairfax County Public Libraries.
Also elected from Fairfax County were the following: Edna Roberts of Alexandria, regional vice president; Mary Gromley of Annandale, chairman, cultural arts committee; and Linda Hossenlopp of Springfield, chairman, health and parenting committee.
Legislative resolutions passed during the three-day convention concern school bus safety, school board policies prohibiting smokeless tobacco products on school property and a resolution opposing corporal punishment. School Ombudsmen Named
Jodi Dean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace H. Dean of Fairfax County; Melissa Love, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Love of Fairfax County, Mary Williams, daughter of Norman R. Williams of Manassas, Rachelle Kadow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunter of Arlington, and Mark Sejd, son of Patricia A. Bradburn of Herndon have been named President's Aides for the 1985-86 academic year at Ferrum College, Ferrum, Va. They will act as ombudsmen, advising the college president on matter of concern to the students, and they will be members of the official presidential party at special college functions. They were nominated for the honor by a faculty or staff member on the basis of their academic record and their participation in school activities and organizations. McLean AAUW Honored
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded its McLean area branch ninth place nationally for the greatest per capita contribution to the Educational Foundation Program at the national AAUW convention in Columbus, Ohio. Bertha Tignor of McLean, president of the McLean area branch, and Loretta Scott of McLean were delegates to the convention.
The educational program provides funds for national and international graduate fellowships for women, research and study project grants.