Listee Features — October 6, 2020


Katrena M. Wolfram is esteemed as the executive director of the Housing Authority of Springfield, Missouri, utilizing more than 30 years of experience in housing and urban development, and a plethora of knowledge in accounting to the role. Naturally gifted in mathematics, she discovered an early interest in the field of bookkeeping and accounting, and earned an Associate of Applied Science in accounting at Aims Community College in 1983. Ms. Wolfram continued her studies at Fort Lewis State College in 1984 and began her career as an accountant at Templeton Funds Investments that same year. In 1987, Ms. Wolfram departed from Templeton Funds Investments and relocated from Florida to Missouri. She began working as an accountant for the Housing Authority

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Growing up, Grace E. Quinlan struggled with the subject of mathematics. However, with the help of her fourth grade teacher, she began excelling in multiplication, which caused her to develop a love for mathematics. Her passion for teaching children, coupled with her interest in mathematics, led her to pursue a career in elementary education. Upon graduating high school, she attended Molloy College and earned a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics in 1970. Ms. Quinlan concluded her academic efforts with a Master of Education from Queens College in 1975. Ms. Quinlan began her career a teacher in 1970. Five years later, she joined New Hyde Park-Garden City Park Union Free School District, where she would serve the role of a mathematics

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