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Mack Shirley's Biography
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Mack G. Shirley
Wife: Shanna; 6 Children
PhD, Higher Education Administration, University of Utah, 1972
MS, Education Administration, University of Utah, 1957
BS, Sociology, Ricks College, 1955
State Representative, Idaho State House, 2002-2012
Advisory Board Member, Upper Valley Industries, 2004-present
Legislative Advisory Committee Member, Western Interstate Committee on Higher Education, 2004-present
Member, Advisory Board, Upper Valley Industries, 2003-present
Member, Idaho Council for Technology in Learning, 2003-present
Member, Board of Trustees, Madison County Hospital Board, 2000-2002
Trustee, Madison Memorial Hospital Board, 1998-2002
Vice President, Brigham Young University, Idaho, 1980-2000
Dean of Students, Ricks College, 1970-1980
Education Instructor, Ricks College, 1963-1972
Continued Education Administrator, Brigham Young University-Ricks Continued Education, 1964-1969
High School Principal, Sugar-Salem School District, 1960-1964
Principal, Sugar-Salem High School, 1960-1963
Classroom Teacher, Sugar-Salem School District, 1957-1960
Elementary School Principal, Sugar-Salem School District, 1958-1960
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member, Idaho High School Activities Association
Member, Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, 1980-2000
President, Idaho Association of Student Personnel Administrators, 1998-2000
Member, Kiwanis International, 1990-2000
Member, National Association of Student Personnel Administration, 1998-2000
Commissioner, Idaho 6th District Football, 1993-1999
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