The Committee of Bar Examiners meets every month for two days and
is responsible primarily for the development, administration, and grading
of the California Bar Examination for more than 11,000 applicants; and
the First Year Law Students' Examination for approximately 1,000 applicants
Was a member of the CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY NETWORKING TASK FORCE
which helped develop the state-wide library plan that is now being implemented
with bonds voted on in March, 2000.
Worked on several committees in SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION including
the President's Task Force, and Copyright Law.
President of SPECIAL LIBRARIES ASSOCIATION SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER
of 600 members who are librarians serving in libraries with specialized
collections of books and materials.
Editor of the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES Newsletter,
and Speaker at the Institute of Municipal Law, as well as working on several
League of Women Voters
The monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of the League of Women Voters
Publications Director and on the Board of Directors for the LEAGUE OF
WOMEN VOTERS PASADENA AREA CHAPTER responsible for "The Directory of Decision Makers
of the West San Gabriel Valley" and other publications.
SPEAKER'S BUREAU member visiting schools and organizations talking about
the League and about the ballot propositions.
Writes OBSERVER REPORTS: ALHAMBRA on the Alhambra City Council meetings
for the monthly newsletter THE VOTER.
Co-Chair with Bonnie Hughes of San Gabriel forming the
ALHAMBRA, SAN GABRIEL MONTEREY PARK LEAGUE UNIT.
Speaking at the Alhambra Kiwanis about the March, 2000, ballot measures.
The League of Women Voters
a non-partisan political organization, is dedicated to the principles
of self-government established in the Constitution of the United States;
and works to promote political responsibility through informed and active
participation of citizens in government.
Dr. Kinman with her "Uncle Sam"
President of the ALHAMBRA SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDATION whose mission it
is to raise money for advanced technology and libraries in the school
At a Board meeting of the Alhambra School District Foundation.
President of the CITY OF ALHAMBRA CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION / BOARD OF
APPEALS; and Vice President of the HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CITIZENS
ADVISORY BOARD (HUD).
When Dr. Kinman was President of the ALHAMBRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY she began
asking for a house for the museum--and here is the result!
Alhambra Historical Society Museum
1550 Alhambra Road
Alhambra CA 91801
626 300 8845 open Thursdays and the second and fourth Sundays from 2-4.
Also a member of the CITY OF ALHAMBRA / ALHAMBRA HISTORICAL SOCIETY HISTORIC
HOUSE SURVEY where homes with historic features were listed. The report
is in the Alhambra Public Library.
Was a member of the Board of Directors of the ALHAMBRA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and while on the
board encouraged the members to begin the CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL.
Co-chair with Dr. Karen Chao of the CHAMBER DINNER SILENT AUCTION COMMITTEE
which raised over $3,000 for the San Gabriel and Alhambra Chambers of
Member of the TOURNAMENT OF ROSES COMMITTEE
Co-chair of the BYLAWS COMMITTEE
Chair, CHINESE NEW YEAR PARADE
As Chair of the Chinese New Year Parade, this was my year for the biggest
and best parade. Here I am with two of my favorite 'people' as Grand Marshals."
Alhambra Chamber of Commerce - http://www.alhambrachamber.org
Soroptimist International Camino Real Region
Chair, and founder of the SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL CAMINO REAL REGION
FRIENDSHIP GRANT COMMITTEE which offers to any Soroptimist in the world
(except the United States) a Grant of three weeks of living with Soroptimists
in the Region . The 1998 winners were Deanny Fremaux, President of SI
Rheims, France, and Erika Heuser, President of SI Brussels, Belgium. In
1999, Keng Chee Tay, President of SI Kuantan, Malaysia, was our winner.
"This all grew out of the fact that I was a Friendship Grant
winner to New Zealand South and found it to be such a
rewarding experience that I wanted other Soroptimists in the
world to have the same experience, and the opportunity to
Served as President, SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF ALHAMBRA, SAN GABRIEL, SAN MARINO.
"We have many projects, but partnering with RIF (Reading is Fundamental)
is one of our most exciting, hands-on project. We go to the third-grade
classes and give each student a book three times a year. Both we and the
students have a lot of fun!"
Soroptimist donates money to the community, as well as scholarships.
(The webmaster was a recipient of one of these scholarships).
Fundraising at the Soroptimist Celebrity Fashion Show.
Also writes NEWS AND VIEWS Column for the Club's monthly newsletter.
President, Foundation of SI Alhambra San Gabriel San Marino.
Soroptimist International of Alhambra San Gabriel San Marino
Soroptimist International Camino Real Region
Soroptimist International of the Americas
Member of TOASTMASTERS' INTERNATIONAL whose mission is to make effective
oral communications a worldwide reality. Dr. Kinman received
her CTM (Competent Toastmaster) Certificate.
Dr. Kinman speaking at the Orator's Club which meets at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works in Alhambra on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at noon.
In addition Dr. Kinman worked as Captain, YMCA Fundraising Campaign.
Fundraising for the YMCA West San Gabriel Valley with fellow Soroptimist
patriot Jane Burtis and two clowns (husband Bill Kinman and Joanna Higgins).
On the Board of Directors of the YMCA West San Gabriel Valley.
Volunteer and participant in the ALHAMBRA MOONLIGHT 8K RUNS and the
AVON BREAST CANCER WALK.
On the Advisory Board of the American
Red Cross West San Gabriel Advisory Council.
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