Monthly Archives: August 2014

Campaign Gifts Have Impact: DGC Student Leader Tatianna Amatruda ’17

Support received through the Campaign for Douglass: Innovative Education, Women’s Leadership, is enhancing key programs like support for Leadership opportunities such as the Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN), Externships, opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and scholarship support. Read how programs in leadership are shaping one student’s College journey. Douglass Governing Council (DGC) External  Read More…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Diane LeBow ’61

Throughout a 35-year career in higher education, Diane LeBow ’61, Ph.D. helped create and propel women’s studies as an academic field and has the distinction of being a founding member of the National Women’s Studies Association, further promoting feminist teaching, research and service. She also secured her place as a global citizen as a writer  Read More…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Suzann B. Goldstein ’85

Suzann Bresler Goldstein ’85 has transformed the personal loss of her only two children from cancer into a life’s work dedicated to providing health care, hope and inspiration to countless others. Suzann, along with her husband Edwin SB ’57, co-founded The Valerie Fund in 1976 shortly after the death of their daughter Valerie, who died  Read More…

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Alumnae Spotlight: Linda J. Caldwell Epps ’73

Throughout her career, Linda J. Caldwell Epps ’73 has been a leader dedicated to public service. She is president and CEO of 1804 Consultants, an organization dedicated to the advancement of educational and cultural organizations. As a campus leader at Bloomfield College for over 26 years, she rose to become Vice President for Student Affairs  Read More…

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