Master of Science in Library Science, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Juris Doctor, Southwestern University, Los Angeles
Coordinator, Workshops for Writers, and Workshops for Librarians at Cal State San Bernardino http://cel.csusb.edu
Director, Master's Degree in Library Science Program, San Jose State University at Cal State Fullerton
Professor, taught Management of Libraries and Information Centers, Information and Society, Special Libraries, Resources in the Law; and directed Internships, and Special Studies, on the Master's Degree in Library Science Program, San Jose State University at Cal State Fullerton
Adjunct Professor, taught Real Estate Law, Computers for the Legal Assistant, Legal Writing, and Legal Research on the Legal Assistant Certificate Program, Cal State Los Angeles
Coordinator, Certificate Program in Management and Administration of Microcomputers in Libraries, Cal State Fullerton on the Extended Education program.
Director of Law Libraries at the University of La Verne and San Fernando Valley College of Law campuses
Associate Professor of Law, taught Legal Bibliography, Research and Analysis, Westlaw, and Special Studies to both law and paralegal students. On the Law and Paralegal faculties at the University of La Verne and San Fernando Valley College of Law campuses
Director, Law Library, and Associate Professor of Law, teaching Legal Bibliography, and Lexis at Western State University College of Law, Fullerton campus
University Workshop Presenter: Grant Proposal Writing; Private Grant Sources; and Legal Research for Librarians
To enroll for Workshops for Writers at the College of Extended Learning, California State University, San Bernardino.
Active published member of:
Mystery Writers of America
Mystery Writers of America was established for the purpose of promoting
and protecting the interests and welfare of mystery writers and to increase
the esteem and literary recognition given to the genre.
Dr. Kinman is a former Board member of Sisters in Crime / Los Angeles
Sisters in Crime is a nonprofit, international organization of women and men dedicated to combating discrimination against women in the mystery writing field, educating publishers and the general public about inequities in the treatment of women authors and raising the level of awareness of the contributions of women to the field.
Meets the first Sunday of every month in the Community Room at the South Pasadena Library, 1115 El Centro St., South Pasadena, from 2- 4 pm. Interesting speakers, get-acquainted time, and books for sale by Linda Bivens of Crime Time Books.
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators
The Miniature Book Society
Award for Exceptional Achievement in the Study of Admiralty Law
Award for Outstanding Service as President of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Association (Student Division)
Los Angeles City Council Commendation for Service to the City of Los Angeles
Alhambra City Council Commendation for Service as Alhambra Historical Society President
Commendations for Contributions to Alhambra-Monterey Park Chinese New Year Annual Celebration
California Congressional Award for Community Service
California Legislature Certificate of Recognition for Leadership and Service
Alhambra Chamber of Commerce Certificate of Appreciation for Service
Alhambra City Council Commendation for Community Service
Soroptimist International of New Zealand South Women's Suffrage Centenary Grant
Certificates of Appreciation from Soroptimist International of Alhambra San Gabriel San Marino
Soroptimist International of Alhambra San Gabriel San Marino
Alhambra School District Certificate of Commendation
Ynez School of Alhambra School District Certificate of Appreciation
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