Alice Gore King

Alice Gore King (July 17, 1914 – May 26, 2007) was a women’s rights entrepreneur, educator, writer, artist, and a indigenous New Yorker. King grew in the works and spent much of her life functional in New York City where she became the chairman of the Remedial Reading Department and later partner in crime head of the prestigious Brearley School, an everything girls private school upon the Upper East Side. King went upon to start and become the Executor Director of the Alumnae Advisory Center, a career counseling and placement government for women.

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