Carlow's Women of Spirit Awards recipients announced

March 6, 2012 8:07 am

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The late Maggie Daley and cellist Anne Martindale Williams head Carlow University's 2012 Women of Spirit Awards recipients.

"Since its beginning in 1993, women leaders have been recognized for their professional and personal leadership and their service to others," said Mary Hines, president of the Oakland-based school.

The National Legacy Award was given to the former first lady of Chicago and Pittsburgh native, Ms. Daley, for her support of cultural and educational programs.

Ms. Williams received the National Award. She is the principal cellist of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Kim Tillotson Fleming, chairman and CEO of the Pittsburgh financial planning firm, Hefren-Tillotson Inc., won the Values Award. Katherine Donahue Freyvogel, president of Oakland Catholic High School, was presented with the Scholarship Award. And Karen Dunn Kelley, CEO of Invesco Fixed Income, received the Vision Award.

The awards will be presented April 11 at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture, Downtown.


First Published 2012-03-06 00:03:13

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