Mary Ann Meyers
"Mary Ann Meyers served for more than a decade as Secretary of the University of Pennsylvania, where she also taught the history of religion in America. Dr. Meyers had previously taught at Haverford College, and she subsequently served as President of The Annenberg Foundation.
"A magna cum laude graduate of Syracuse University, Dr. Meyers earned a Ph.D. in American civilization at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of Art, Education, and African-American Culture: Albert Barnes and the Science of Philanthropy (2004) and A New World Jerusalem: The Swedenborgian Experience in Community Construction (1983), and the co-author of Religion in American Life (1987), Coping With Serious Illness (1977), and Death in America (1975)." 
- Trustee, Templeton Foundation
Resources and articles
- ↑ Templeton Mary Ann Meyers, organizational web page, accessed July 15, 2018.