Women of Spirit® 2012
Carlow University and the Carlow Women of Spirit® Institute presented its 2012 Women of Spirit® Awards
to four local awardees and a National Woman of Spirit® award on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in downtown Pittsburgh.
From left, the 2012 Women of Spirit®: Anne Martindale Williams, Kim Tillotson Fleming, Karen Dunn Kelley, and Katherine Donahue Freyvogel.
In 2012, the awards reflected the attributes that Carlow celebrates: values, scholarship, and vision, as well as a legacy award for contributions to the social good made over a lifetime. The award recipients were:
NATIONAL WOMAN OF SPIRIT®
Anne Martindale Williams
Principal cellist and Pittsburgh Symphony Association Chair for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO).
Kim Tillotson Fleming
Chairman and chief executive officer of Hefren-Tillotson, Inc.
Presented in recognition of her business success, coupled with her commitment to the local community.
Katherine Donahue Freyvogel
President of Oakland Catholic High School
Presented in honor of her lifelong dedication to educational excellence.
Karen Dunn Kelley
Chief executive officer of Invesco Fixed Income
Presented in recognition of her outstanding leadership in national and international financial investment.
Maggie Daley, former first lady of Chicago
Presented posthumously for her legacy as a friend of education and a model of Mercy values of justice, service, and hospitality.
Her daughter, Nora Daley-Conroy, accepts the posthumous Legacy award on behalf of her mother, Maggie Daley,
former first lady of Chicago
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