Title: Elementary School Educator
Location: Marietta, Ohio, United States
Margaret Fredericks has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in elementary school education.
Ms. Fredericks has enjoyed working with children throughout her career and over the span of more than five decades has worked tirelessly as an educator and leader within her community. Since 1998, she has contributed her skills and expertise as the organizer and founder of the Marietta Boys and Girls Club of Washington County. She puts to use her natural ability on working with children and understanding their needs in this respect. Prior to forming the Boys and Girls Club, Ms. Fredericks taught as an educator in the Marietta City Schools from 1981 to 1994. Prior to that, she spent a year as a teacher at the Amsterdam Public Schools and a year in school savings with the Amsterdam Savings Bank.
Knowing the value of a well-rounded education at an early age, Ms. Fredericks earned a Bachelor of Science in social psychology from Syracuse University in 1952. She later received a Masters in education from the Moray House of Edinburgh University in 1966 and a Master of Liberal Learning from Marietta College in 1984. Always active and engaged in every community, Ms. Fredericks served as an adjunct instructor in the department of education at Marietta College. She has served as a member of the Democrats for Ohio and Elder Presbyterian Church. In addition, she has been involved with the American Association of University Women, Retired Teachers of Ohio, Retired Teachers of Washington County, the Marietta Natural History Society, the Betsey Mills Club, the Washington County Historical Society, the Antique Club and the Levee Townhouse Association Board.
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