Profiles

Since the first graduating class in 1922, alumnae have supported current Douglass students as mentors, role models and donors. See why these alumnae are supporting Innovative Education, Women's Leadership: The Campaign for Douglass.
Dionne

Dionne Hallback '96, M.A., Vice President, AADC Black Alumnae Network, Associate Director of Financial Aid,The College of New Jersey

To be a douglass woman means…

To me, a Douglass woman is one who is determined and insightful, who takes risks and doesn't pass on any opportunity. My Douglass externships were some of the best experiences I had at college.

Stephanie

Stephanie Weiss '14, English major, Biological Sciences and Classics minors, Red Pine Ambassador, Peer Academic Leader, Douglass Scholarship Recipient

To be a douglass woman means…

Being part of a community that's empowering, where ideas are shared and valued. Douglass has made me who I am today; I feel incredibly blessed. I will always carry Douglass with me wherever life takes me.

Debra

Debra Lynch '79, M.A., Ph.D., AADC Board member, Rutgers University Trustee, Director of Psychology, Hunterdon Developmental Center (retired)

To be a douglass woman means…

Being comfortable in a leadership role and being part of a huge network of students and alumnae you can draw on in any situation. Through Douglass, I've had experiences I never could have imagined.

Yamiesha

Yamiesha Bell '15, Political Science, Africana Studies, and Women's & Gender Studies major, Barbara Voorhees Mentor, Douglass Black Student Congress, Africana House Living Learning Community

To be a douglass woman means…

Gaining the confidence and the tools you need to be a successful woman. Being part of Douglass changes your perspective on the world—it redraws the boundary lines of what's possible.