Cambridge Who’s Who names Charles Floyd Johnson Professional of the Year

April 24th, 2007

Cambridge Who's Who & CBS Paramount
Charles Floyd Johnson named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Production and Distribution of Television Programming

Los Angeles, CA …April 24, 2007– Charles Floyd Johnson, Co-Executive Producer of CBS/Paramount Television has been named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year inCambridge Who's Who Member Charles Floyd Johnson production and distribution of television programming. While inclusion in Cambridge Who’s Who is an honor, only one member in each discipline is named the Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year. The Cambridge Who’s Who selection committee hand picks these special Who’s Who honorees based on accomplishments, academic achievement, leadership, and service.

Johnson has worked as a writer and producer in a wide variety of television programs, including The Rockford Files and Magnum, P.I. His career has also included acting roles in such television programs as JAG and NCIS. As a co-executive producer, Johnson’s areas of expertise include overseeing the creation of television shows, daily and post production, budgeting, casting, and looping. Johnson started out as a production coordinator in 1971 and has steadily climbed the ladder to his current position.

Johnson received his JD from Howard University Law School in 1970. He was active in the civil rights movement and was involved in John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign. He has been published in the Howard Law Journal and received an Army Commendation Medal for his work as a defense counsel for AWOL soldiers during the Vietnam War. He is a member of Screen Actors Guild, and Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

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E. Dorrit Hoffleit, Ph.D. Remembered by Cambridge Who’s Who for her Contributions to the Field of Astronomy

April 23rd, 2007

Cambridge Honors Hoffleit
NEW YORK-April 19, 2007 – E. Dorrit Hoffleit, Ph.D. (March 12, 1907 – April 9, 2007) was a world-renowned astronomer, and an expert on variable stars, astrometry, and the history of astronomy. She wrote The Bright Star Catalogue, a compendium of information on the 9,110 brightest stars in the sky. Now in its fifth revision, her work on the catalogue remains a valuable reference to astronomers. She also co-authored The General Catalogue of Trigonometric Stellar Parallaxes, which contains precise distance measurements to 8,112 stars. In 1988, minor planet 3416 was named “Dorrit” in her honor.

E. Dorrit Hoffleit began her astronomical career in 1929 as a research assistant at Harvard University’s Observatory and soon became an expert at spectroscopically determining the absolute brightness of stars. In 1943, she joined the Ballistic Research Lab at Aberdeen Proving Ground where she computed missile trajectories. In 1956, after 25 years at Harvard, Dr. Hoffleit went to Yale to run its star cataloging program. She was also director of the Maria Mitchell Observatory, Nantucket, from 1957-1978. Under her mentorship, 11 women in the observatory’s summer research program went on to earn doctorate degrees in astronomy, and collectively they discovered over 1,000 new variable stars.

Cambridge Who's Who HonoreeDuring her career, Hoffleit wrote hundreds of articles on astronomy. In 1988, she was awarded the George Van Biesbroeck Prize for a lifetime of service to astronomy. In 1993, she was the recipient of the Annenberg Award for Science Education. In 1998, she was inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.

E. Dorrit Hoffleit received her D.Sc. from Central Connecticut State University (1998); D.Sc., from Smith College (1984); Ph.D. in astronomy from Radcliffe College (1938) and her bachelor of arts in mathematics, cum laude, from Radcliffe College (1928).

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Hilary E. Ford named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in the Healthcare Industry

April 21st, 2007

Cambridge Who's Who & Hilary E Ford
Pembroke Pines, FL …April 21, 2007– Hilary E. Ford, staff nurse of The Ann Storck Center has been named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in the healthcare industry. While inclusion in Cambridge Who’s Who is an honor, only one member in each discipline is named the Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year. The Cambridge Who’s Who selection committee hand picks these special Who’s Who honorees based on accomplishments, academic achievement, leadership, and service.

Ford has been working at The Ann Storck Center for 5 years. In this capacity, she tends to the needs of children and adults in South Florida who present severe and multiple developmental disabilities including epilepsy, cerebral palsy, autism, and mental retardation. Ford previously worked as a home health nurse for 10 years and has 2 years of experience in hospice care, orthopedics, and drawing blood. The Ann Storck Center is a is a nationally accredited, highly acclaimed non-profit human service organization.

Ford received her licensed practical nurse diploma in 1990. She is a basic life support instructor and certified phlebotomist. Ford is a strong believer in giving to the community and donates to several organizations, including Meals on Wheels, Habitat for Humanity, and local fire departments. She is a member of Holy Sacrament Episcopal Church, and volunteered in Broward schools for three years.

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Cambridge Who’s Who members have exclusive access to the biographical information of more than 200,000 successful executives, professionals and entrepreneurs at www.cambridgewhoswho.com, where they use the database to share information, knowledge and services. Communication via the Cambridge Who’s Who registry travels in two directions, enabling Cambridge Who’s Who members to reach out when they have a business need or opportunity as well as receive information on exciting new ventures.

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