Alumnae Spotlight: Sharon Matlofsky Karmazin ’67
Douglass Society 2015 Honoree

During a distinguished career in library leadership, as an award-winning Broadway producer, founder of the Karma Foundation, and through outstanding volunteer service, Sharon Matlofsky Karmazin, Class of 1967, has touched countless lives beyond her Douglass roots. At Douglass College, she earned a bachelor of arts degree in English  and went on to earn a master  Read More…

Alumnae Spotlight: Cheri L. Beasley ’88
Douglass Society 2015 Honoree

With a judicial career spanning over 16 years, Cheri L. Beasley, Esq., Douglass College Class of 1988, has shaped the jurisprudence of the State of North Carolina and is known as a fair and experienced jurist. Notably, Cheri was elected in 2014 in a statewide election to continue service as Associate Justice on the Supreme  Read More…

Alumnae Spotlight: Annmarie Previte Sabb, Ph.D. ’64
Douglass Society 2015 Honoree

During her 20 year career as a pharmaceutical research scientist and medicinal chemist in drug discovery research, Dr. Annmarie L. Previte Sabb, Douglass College Class of 1964, designed and synthesized drugs for the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, obesity, inflammation, and GI disorders.  She has led multidisciplinary research teams in the areas of  Read More…

Associate Alumnae of Douglass College
Announces Unprecedented Campaign Success,
$41.8 Million Raised

Success! The Associate Alumnae of Douglass College successfully completed The Campaign for Douglass, the most ambitious in Douglass’ nearly 100-year history, surpassing the Campaign’s $35 million goal by 20% for a total raised of more than $41.8 million, announces Campaign Co-Chairs Joyce Kovatch Albers-Schonberg ’65 and Alice B. Herman ’70. “Together we have significantly strengthened the  Read More…

Campaign Gifts Have Impact: Living and Learning in Douglass’ Global Village

The support and generosity of alumnae and friends giving to the Campaign for Douglass: Innovative Education, Women’s Leadership, enables Douglass students to prepare for the global workforce by supporting service learning programs, the colleges’ Global Village, and educational programs with the United Nations, all in a world where a global perspective is essential. Giannina Ruiz,  Read More…

Campaign Gifts Have Impact: Summer Research Opportunities

The support and generosity of alumnae giving to the Campaign for Douglass: Innovative Education, Women’s Leadership, enables Douglass students to conduct research through Project SUPER (Science for Undergraduates: a Program for Excellence in Research) and enhances the Bunting-Cobb math, Science, and Engineering Residence Hall by establishing additional programming and outreach to pre-college students. Kayla Fowler,  Read More…

Campaign Gifts Have Impact: Becoming a Leader and Achieving at Douglass

Support received through the Campaign for Douglass: Innovative Education, Women’s Leadership, is enhancing key programs like support for leadership opportunities such as the Peer Academic Leaders, AADC Externships, Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN), the Red Pine Ambassadors and summer orientation that allow students to practice leadership on campus and graduate with a competitive advantage. Read how one  Read More…

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…

Alumnae Spotlight: Diane LeBow ’61
Douglass Society 2014 Honoree

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…

Alumnae Spotlight: Suzann B. Goldstein ’85
Douglass Society 2014 Honoree

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…

Alumnae Spotlight: Linda J. Caldwell Epps ’73
Douglass Society 2014 Honoree

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…

Douglass Alumnae Make the Difference for the Incoming Class

In just a few weeks, Douglass Alumnae welcome new students to campus at the New Student Move-In hosted by the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College’s Students Today, Alumnae Tomorrow (STAT) Committee on Thursday, August 28, 2014. Alumnae will greet students and their families, help calm nerves and share the strength of the alumnae association and  Read More…