Jewel Plummer Cobb Sisters Conference
“Our most important task is the guidance and inspiration we can give to young people through the process of education.”
— Dr. Jewel Plummer Cobb
This biennial conference is presented by the AADC Black Alumnae Network (BAN).
At our 2022 conference, Embracing Herstory, Progressing in Sisterhood, Douglass Alumnae came together to be inspired, explore past and present social action, emerging expressions of gender identity, work-life balance, new boundaries, self-care and financial literacy and freedom using wealth creation options, all as the Covid-19 pandemic impacted our lives. We also proudly celebrated the 40th anniversary of the AADC Black Alumnae Network. Read more about our conference speakers in our announcement
AADC Black Alumnae Network Jewel Plummer Cobb Sisters 2022 Conference Committee
Dorothy Brown Clay ’77, Chair; Tiffany A Francis ‘04, Tiffany Toliver ‘04, Frances Caffie-Wright ‘77, Joy Cara Dingle ‘92, Jess Bagtas ‘15, Denise Busby ‘76, Terry Whitt Bailey ‘86, Bertha Lee Aiken ‘81, Candace Gaddy-Kates ‘14, Candace A. Reynolds ‘09, Karen McLane Torian ’73, Cecile Coleman ’14, Catherine Sackey ’22, AADC Director of Alumnae Relations Lorrie Delaney ’18, AADC Executive Director Valerie L. Anderson ’81