Box 9, Folder 4, Document 4

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ELAYNE LANDIS 220 Garfield Place Brooklyn, New York 11215


Editorial Assistant — World Scope Encyclopedia, New York City, August, 1959,
to January, 1960, general editing of articles submitted for printing in en-

Editor — Freelance, January, 1960, to August, 1960, research and editing of
theses in political science and history; bibliographical research for maga-
zine articles

Editor — Anderson Map Company, New York City, April, 1960, to August, 1960,
research for isometric map of New York City, developing location and
significance of historical sites, ethnic neighborhoods and places of interest

Teacher — New York City Board of Education, October, 1960, to January, 1966,
teaching elementary school one year at P.S. 144 in Harlem; teaching English
and Social Studies three years in junior high school in Greenwich Village;
faculty advisor to student newspaper and magazine; faculty advisor to General

Urban Planner — Nassau County Planning Commission, January, 1966, to January,
1968, site planning for Mitchel Field; study of office construction and white
collar employment; assignment by County Executive to work with Metropoli-
tan Regional Council in New York City resulting in revival of the council of
governments through revitalization of programs in transportation, jet noise,
air pollution, water pollution, recreation, solid waste disposal, etc.; pre-
paration and submission of first HUD application for planning funds.

Assistant Director — Metropolitan Council, January, 1966 to present, general
administration, organization, budgeting, program development and writing;
direct responsibility for regional program areas in narcotics addiction,
law enforcement, student internship; work with mayors and chief county
elected officials in tri-state metropolitan area towards goal of regional
cooperation and local participation in regional planning and decision-making


Brooklyn College, Government and History, B.A., 1958

Harvard University, Government, Summer, 1956

University of Pennsylvania, History, M.A., 1961

New York University, Urban Planning, 60 credits, M.U.P.;
Werner-Hegemann Scholarship, 1963-64; 1964-65


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University of Pennsylvania, M.A. thesis about assimilation of immigrants in New
York City, considering housing, education, group affiliations, employment;

governmental participation

New York University, M,U.P. thesis concerned with goals, problems and
accomplishments of neighborhood conservation programs

Born: U.S.A, Age:



Perry L. Norton, Professor of Planning
Graduate School of Public Administration

New York University
Four Washington Square North
New York, New York

Hon. Lawrence F. Kramer

City Hall

Paterson, New Jersey

Hon. Charles E. Pound

Department of Parks and Recreation
County Office Building

White Plains, New York

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