Alice Gore King
Women's Rights Entrepreneur, Painter, AuthorDied when: 92 years 313 days (1114 months)
Star Sign: Cancer
Alice Gore King (July 17, 1914 – May 26, 2007) was a women’s rights entrepreneur, educator, writer, artist, and a native New Yorker.
King grew up and spent much of her life working in New York City where she became the chairman of the Remedial Reading Department and later assistant head of the prestigious Brearley School, an all girls private school on the Upper East Side.
King went on to start and become the Executor Director of the Alumnae Advisory Center, a career counseling and placement organization for women.
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