Anne Clay ’71
My husband and I live in Cedartown, Ga. Our children live in the northwest Georgia area, as well as our grandchildren. I continue to teach adults who are preparing for the GED High School Equivalency tests. It’s amazing how many ways a Home Economics degree is a solid base for other careers.
I worked in-field for 7 years after graduation. I was trained to work with adults, and I continue to work with adults but focusing on different content. When at Auburn, the School of Home Economics, under the leadership of Dean Compton, began talking about a change to Human Sciences… it finally happened! I was blessed with the best—especially Dr. Mary Ann Potter and Dean Norma Compton.