Eva Doyle

Lieutenant Governor
Eva Doyle - Lt. Governor

Eva M. Doyle is a community leader, activist, historian, columnist, intellectual, author and education pioneer. She holds a masters degree from Buffalo State College.

Her column, Eye on History, began in The Buffalo Challenger in February 1979 and continues today in the Buffalo Criterion. Mrs. Doyle has written hundreds of articles on Black History, American History, and politics during the past twenty-two years. She has also appeared on scores of radio and television programs and is the author of six books.

Mrs. Doyle has received over forty awards for service to the community and to education including: Certificates of Appreciation from the Buffalo Board of Education; and the Erie County Public Library. In 1997, Mrs. Doyle was selected as one of thirty-four outstanding teachers nationwide by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education to participate in a conference in Washington, D.C. on issues in education. Mrs. Doyle has helped to shape education policy in New York State and currently serves as a consultant for the Buffalo Board of Education. She also founded the African American Curriculum Resource Center at the Campus West School in 1994, the only one of its kind in the entire Buffalo School District and perhaps in the country.