Fonds - Lyn Goldman

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Lyn Goldman

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  • 1962-1992 (Creation)

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96 cm of textual records

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Lyn Goldman was born in Regina on December 11, 1932. Following graduation from Central Collegiate she attended Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, then worked in Los Angeles as a secretary at Columbia Pictures and as a film booker. She returned to Regina in 1959 and worked as a writer-producer for CKCK television, leaving again in 1963 to work as a freelance television producer in Toronto and Los Angeles. Back in Regina, she worked as Performing Arts Officer for the Saskatchewan Centennial Corporation, and in 1968 she was appointed Director of Publicity and Public Relations at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus. After leaving this position to complete an M.A. in English at the University of Regina, in 1977 Ms. Goldman joined the University's Extension Department where she served as Communications and Programming Officer and as Acting Head of Fine Arts and Humanities, 1980-1981. Following another term as Public Relations Director for the University of Regina, 1981-1985, she rejoined Extension serving as Head of Certificate Programs until her retirement in 1990. Lyn Goldman appeared for many years as a freelance commentator on CBC Radio, and hosted CKCK Radio's 'This Sunday' program, 1979-1980. She was on Cable Regina's board of directors and served on the City of Regina's Arts Policy Committee, 1978-1981. She is actively involved in numerous professional and arts organizations including the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild, Regina Little Theatre, the Canadian Public Relations Society, and the Regina Women's Network, and she served on the Saskatchewan Committee for the International Year of the Disabled. In 1982 Ms. Goldman received the Regina YWCA Women's Award in the business and professional category.

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Fonds consists of personal papers of publicist and administrator Lyn Goldman,1962-1992. The records have not been processed.

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