Woman of the Year Named
Paula Senior-Fisher has been elected Woman of the Year by the L'Enfant Chapter of American Business Women's Association. Senior-Fisher is a special assistant in the Department of Human Services.
Consumer Lawyer of the Year
Frederick D. Dorsey, people's counsel for Washington, has been named Consumer Lawyer of the Year by the District of Columbia Bar Association.
Resident Named Associate Dean
The Rev. J. Carleton Hayden has been named associate dean of the theology school at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn. Hayden, a scholar in black church history, has been a Washington resident for nearly 20 years and has served as chairman of the Morgan State University history department as well as a professor at Howard University and Frostburg State College. Hayden was associate priest at St. George's Episcopal Church and rector of Holy Comforter Church, and has served on the board of the Washington Urban League and St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School.
Performing Arts Division Director
Clair Price Rozier has been named director of the Preparatory Division at the department of Performing Arts of American University. Price replaces Milton Kidd, who will remain with the division on the piano faculty. Price has been involved with the Prep program for more than 20 years, and holds a master's degree from AU. From 1981 to 1985, she was director of the Friday Morning Music Club Foundation, and also has been a sponsor of the Washington International Competition and a board member for Theatre Company Players.
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