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Martha Rial
Criminal Justice professor Lorelei Stein at Point Park University. © Martha Rial 2012
Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Noteworthy: Elected to a three-year term on the board for Family Services of Western Pennsylvania, which helps children, adults and families in the areas of behavioral health, intellectual and developmental disabilities and rehabilitation.

Residence: Mt. Lebanon

Family: Husband, Robert Stein

Occupation: Director of Point Park University's graduate program in criminal justice administration

Hobbies: Golfing, gardening and owning German shepherds, Lancelot and Elsa

Education: University of Pittsburgh, bachelor's degree in education, 1978; master's degree in higher education, 1983; Carnegie Mellon University, Master of Science in health systems management, 1988; Pitt, Ph.D. in higher education administration and policy analysis, 1991

Quote: “My own personal and professional interests have always been in the area of social services. … I believe we have a societal obligation to really give support to those who cannot help themselves so they have the ability to live a life that is productive and meaningful.”

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