Carolina Women Lead!

The Carolina Women's Leadership Council is taking our mission beyond campus. Council members contribute their time, energy, and resources to champion Carolina in their home regions and local communities.

Carolina Women's Evening in Charlotte

Another great Carolina evening at the home of Women’s Leadership Executive Committee member Leslie Whitman ’90 on Thursday, November 14th. A special thank you to our hostess, Leslie and Women’s Leadership Council co-chairs Molly Froelich ’83 and Mary Anne Dickson ’63 — Carolina benefits from your support of, involvement in and love of the University. It was great to see so many young Carolina alumna and women’s leadership council members at Leslie’s. A huge thank you to Women’s Lacrosse coach Jenny Levy, who built the lacrosse program from scratch and is now celebrating 25 years with the team. Jenny uses the field as her classroom to emphasize the importance of Women’s athletics on campus and the crucial role these women play both on and off the field.

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Carolina Women's Evening in Atlantic Beach

We gathered at the beautiful Coral Bay Club in Atlantic Beach on July 17th, where we had the pleasure of hearing from Susan Gravely. Susan is a two-time Carolina alumna ’73 and ’79, member of the Carolina Women’s Leadership Council, and founder and creative director of VIETRI, Inc., a lifestyle brand of Italian artisan-crafted dinnerware and home and garden accessories. Susan shared the story of VIETRI, founded in 1983 with her sister, Frances, and their mother, Lee, after a family trip to Italy. VIETRI is now America’s largest Italian ceramics importing company

Carolina Women's Evening in Greenville

It was great seeing so many of you for a Carolina evening at the home of Aurelia Monk on Wednesday, January 30th. We missed all who were unable to attend. A special thank you to our hostesses from the Carolina Women’s Leadership Council. Aurelia Monk, Louise Clement, Suzanne Pecheles, Linda Stephenson, Gray Stoughton, Ann Whichard and Martha Williams. The evening began as Kevin Guskiewicz, then the dean of the UNC College of Arts & Sciences and now our new interim chancellor, brought news of exciting happenings at Carolina and at the College including the Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship. It was wonderful to have Skye Page ’22 represent the Program and share her Carolina experience. We are excited to have Kevin Guskiewicz in this new role guiding the University through the campaign and this next chapter.