Graduate Name Class Year Last Name While at Hollins

Katherine Moore Keeley

Keeley attended medical school at the University of Louisville and completed her residency at Baylor University. In 1978 she won the Louisville Pediatric Society Award for the most outstanding student in pediatrics. Keeley’s accomplishments abound: she became chief of staff of the Sarasota Memorial Hospital; received the Role Model of Excellence at Sarasota Memorial; received the Summit Award for being the outstanding medical director for child protection in Florida;…

1974

Moore

Katherine “Kay” Kendall

Katherine “Kay” Kendall

Kay Kendall is the chair of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the arts agency of the District of Columbia. Kendall brings more than four decades of arts, education, and community outreach experience and leadership to this vital post. She was a 25-year board member of the Washington Ballet, including eight years as its chair,…

1966

Kendall

Elizabeth Brownlee Kolmstetter

Elizabeth Brownlee Kolmstetter

Kolmstetter, an industrial and organizational psychologist (she earned a Ph.D. from Virginia Tech), excelled in the male-dominated world of national law enforcement while working for the FBI. She currently works for NASA as the director of the Workforce Engagement Division in Washington, DC. After 9/11, Kolmstetter was tapped to help start the new Transportation Security Administration.…

1985

Brownlee