Anne Cates, first female UNC trustees chair: ‘After 200 years, I was it’
Monday, March 12, 2018
More than five decades later, Anne Cates is now best known around Chapel Hill as a respected leader who played many critical roles at Carolina, including being the first woman to chair the University’s Board of Trustees in 1999. Her decades of commitment to the University earned Cates the William R. Davie Award and the UNC General Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Medal. (UNC.edu)
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