Monday, October 6 at 6:00 Dinner and Panel Discussion
Hear from 4 of our accomplished WRPC women as they talk about their varied careers and the pathways that took them there.
Jimmie Butts worked in the field of medicine and found that her gift of humor would serve her patients well. She helped found a Ha Ha Club to help her clients. The 2 H's stood for other words--what could they be?
Priscilla Richtmyer served with the State Department, lived in 11 different countries, and found that there was something unique that she admired about each one. Where did she live the longest and what were her duties?
Dot Temple has a love of missions and played a key role in the founding of a Christian Health Center in Zaire. She and Landis, her husband, funded an addition to that Center. Learn what group was the focus of their gift.
Polly Williams was the first female full professor in the English Department at NCSU. She witnessed a culture and attitude change over the decades. Learn why she was not allowed a key to the faculty lounge in early years.
Join us for this interesting program !!!
Right: Abe Harris tries out his puppet-making skills
In her third year at Duke Divinity School; a BA from Furman University; a semester at Uganda Christian University; a member of Durham Presbyterian Church; a chaplain intern at Duke Hospital, an experienced teacher and organizer of community outreach events. These are some of the experiences listed on the resume of Rachel Thompson who officially begins her internship with WRPC this month.