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Before that, she was a deputy commissioner of the city health agency for two years and served for eight years as a social-services expert for Philadelphia City Council.
61, worked as a top official with Philadelphia agencies to help the homeless for nearly 30 years.
Egea-Hinton has also taught social work at Alvernia University in Reading.
She earned a master’s in social work from the University of Pennsylvania, a master’s from Antioch University, and an undergraduate degree from Chestnut Hill College.
Juliana - who goes by Jay - graduated with a dual major of linguistics and creative writing with a focus in French and English creative writing and fiction Juliana - who goes by Jay - graduated with a dual major of linguistics and creative writing with a focus in French and English creative writing and fiction.'I've attended about four or five different colleges to get to this point,' Craig said to Temple University News.
'Living overseas, you have limited choices and classes.' Craig was born in Jamaica - hence the name - before moving to New York and living in Staten Island.
There they received associate's degrees before they transferred to Temple.
But the duo chose to not take classes together at either of the schools, in hopes of staying away from competition.A consultant now, she was the director of social services in Mayor John F.Street’s second term, overseeing both the city health and welfare departments.Mayor Kenney, center, poses with eight of the nine newly introduced school board members, from left, Wayne Walker, Mallory Fix Lopez, Angela Mc Iver, Julia Danzy, Joyce Wilkerson, Leticia Egea-Hinton, Maria Mc Colgan and Lee Huang during a news conference at City Hall Wednesday, April 4. MORENO/Staff Photographer Kristen Graham covers the Philadelphia School District.A native Philadelphian – and a product of the school system and Temple University – she has written about everything from crime and county government to education since joining the Inquirer in 2000.Juliana was born while the Mannings were stationed in Italy.