Delores Jackson Radney
Born: 1956, in Buffalo, NY; moved to Rochester 1987 Education: Bachelor’s degree, Dramatic Arts and communications, SUNY Geneseo, 1978.
Career: Coordinator of family and Community Programs, of the Memorial Art gallery; founder of the Rochester Center of African American Culture; Consultant, Excellent People Productions, Advertising Consultant to area Businesses, Talent Referral Service for hard-to-Find Performers, and Producer of Television Programs, and Announcements for Public Television; Former Account Executive WDKX Radio, 1987 sales Manager, WUFO radio, Buffalo, New York, 1983-86; reservationist, American Airlines, Hartford Connecticut, 1984-85; Research Writer, Survey for Business, New York, New York, 1978-80.
Professional Involvements: Public Relations Committee of the Urban League.
Patents/Publications: “Community connections in Rochester,” Journal of Museum education, Spring/Summer Issue.