Young, Bette Roth
YOUNG, Bette Roth
YOUNG, Bette Roth. American, b. 1937. Genres: History, Theology/ Religion. Career: Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, MI, library director, 1979-82; Wayne State University, Detroit, instructor, 1980; Jewish Parents' Institute, Detroit, educational director, 1980-82; The Jewish News, Detroit, book critic, 1980-82; Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, community consultant, 1982-83; Adult College of Jewish Studies, Columbus, OH, lecturer, 1985-87; National Council of Jewish Women, Columbus, administrative secretary, 1985-90; Columbus Jewish Historical Society, Columbus, consultant, membership director and grant writer, 1987-90; Columbus Jewish Historical Society, Columbus, oral historian, 1990-; Ohio Jewish Chronicle, Columbus, book critic, 1991-; Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, book critic, 1992-. Publications: (with E. Grad) Congregation Shaarey Zedek, 1861-1981, 1981; The History of the Association of Jewish Community Organization Personnel, 1969-1987, 1987; (ed with B.M. Mandelkorn) The Columbus Jewish Foundation, 1955-1990: Where the Road of Tomorrow Is Paved, 1994; Emma Lazarus in Her World, Life and Letters, 1995. Address: 4776 Smoketalk Ln., Westerville, OH 43081, U.S.A.