Mary M. Heath
Mary M. Heath
Photography, Trumpet, Web Design, Software Engineering, Writing, & Speaking


Mary M. Heath

Division A Governor, District 63 Toastmasters
District 63 Public Relations Officer, Toastmasters
Consultant, CGI Group, Lebanon, VA
Affiliate Campus Staff, Cru at ETSU
Staff, Crescendo Ministry, USA

Resume
Circulum Vitae

maryheath@marymheath.com
B.S. Computer Science, Spanish (Minor: Music Performance)
Cum Laude
Marshall University (May 2011)

M.A.R. - Worship Studies
Liberty Theological Seminary (July 2013)


Awards and Activities:
  • Toastmasters International, Club #1588574 (2012-Present)
  • Girl Scouts of America Gold Award Recipient (2006)
  • Who's Who Among American High School Students (2004-2006)
  • Discover Card Tribute Award Scholar (2006)
  • National Society of High School Scholars (2001-2006)
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2006-Present)
  • Phi Eta Sigma National Freshman Honor Society (2006)
  • Donald B. Harper Fine Arts Scholar (2008)

Mary M. Heath has received many awards and been published numerous times.

Recent Publications

  1. Mary Heath: From FlipSide to computer programming (WV Gazette, 417 Words, July 1, 2011)

Awards
  1. "If I Could Change the World" (MLK Jr. Commission, 3rd Place, 2002)
  2. "Why I say no to alcohol, drugs, and tobacco" (WV Chiefs of Police, 1st Place, 2002)

FlipSide Magazine*
  1. Hot, hot, hot: How students beat the heat (October 2004)
  2. Brain Trust: GW has state's most Merit scholars (November 2005)
  3. ‘I feel stuck in the middle’: Lesbian conflicted over feelings, faith in God (April 2006)
*-Only a partial listing of works. Click on article headline to read story.

WV Gazette**
  1. “Reality TV: Some teens tune in, others tune out “(1144 Words, September 28, 2002)
  2. “Dear diary: An insider’s look at the majorette and band festival” (1503 Words, October 5, 2002)
  3. “Are you tired of the same old, same old? Try these cool Halloween Costume ideas” (671 Words, October 26, 2002)
  4. “EXCHANGE EXPERIENCE George Washington High School senior enjoys life abroad” (658 Words, November 23, 2002)
  5. “Kitchen Confidential: Students find recipe for success in cooking” (665 Words, January 4, 2003)
  6. “Don’t ban weighted grades” (931 Words, April 12, 2003)
  7. “Into the wild blue yonder, GW student flies for the first time” (1144 Words, June 21, 2003)
  8. “West Virginia Symphony, Some students tune in, other tune out (702 Words, July 12, 2003) ”
  9. “Upward Bound” (1015 Words, August 02, 2003)
  10. “This means war: Music Downloading” (1355 Words, August 09, 2003)
  11. “Do you gotta Regatta? ” (929 Words, August 30, 2003)
  12. “BLOGS: A new age dawns on diary writing” (1076 Words, September 13, 2003)
  13. “Opponents, proponents weigh in on the levy, Kanawha County” (1079 Words, October 11, 2003)
  14. “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Students celebrate” (1517 Words, December 20, 2003)
  15. “What I really learned on my summer vacation” (981 Words, September 11, 2004)
  16. “Commentary: A ‘band geek’ invitation : Majorette and band festival” (531 Words, September 25, 2004)
  17. “You haven’t lived until you have had the ‘Weird Al’ Experience” (760 Words, October 2, 2004)
  18. “George Washington students sponsor prom fashion show” (383 Words, February 24, 2005)
  19. “Multitalented George Washington graduate makes her mark ” (1031 Words, June 04, 2005)
  20. “G.W seniors to perform at Katrina benefit concert ” (533 Words, October 01, 2005)
  21. “Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade still ‘longest-running show on Broadway’” (981 Words, December 3, 2005)
  22. “Looking for Christmas beneath the ‘holiday’ tree” (634 Words, December 24, 2005)
  23. “MUSIC MAKERS: LIVE MUSICIANS VITAL TO BROADWAY PERFORMANCES” (703 Words, January 21, 2006)
  24. “GO, GO, POWER RANGERS! The television show that defined my childhood” (630 Words, July 1, 2006)
  25. “Who needs Marion when you have sonic? Forget the game boy; A different system marked my childhood “ (562 Words, July 8, 2006)
  26. “Toy Chest of Memories” (782 Words, July 15, 2006)
  27. “School Cool Not what it used to be” (445 Words, July 29, 2006)
  28. “Favorite Childhood Haunts Exist Now Only In Memory “ (658 Words, July 29, 2006)
  29. “When In Rome…Youth Orchestra Visits Italy, Austria “ (1077 Words, August 19, 2006)
**-All articles avaliable for purchase through the WV Gazette website at http://wvgazette.com
Copyright © 2011 Mary M. Heath