Connecticut NAACP Honors Two Members

16 Dec 2011 3:42 PM | Anonymous

Dr. Dorsey Kendrick and Attorney Moy Ogilvie were each named on the 2011 list of the 100 Most Influential Blacks in Connecticut.  The list from the Connecticut State Conference of NAACP Branches includes judges, commissioners, sports figures, lawyers and educators.

Dr. Kendrick is the President of Gateway Community College in New Haven, CT.  Under Dr. Kendrick's leadership, the college has experienced a 90% increase in enrollment through enhanced program offerings and community partnerships.  Dr. Kendrick recognizes that many students are often faced with challenges that prevent them from going to college.  She says, "they need strong support systems" and she believes that "every human being should have the opportunity to realize their full potential." 

Attorney Ogilvie is a litigation partner at McCarter & English in the firm's Hartford office.  She handles product liability and toxic tort cases and business litigation matters.  She also handles pro bono matters for Lawyers for Children America and other organizations.  Attorney Ogilvie currently serves as the President of Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity, and in 2011, Governor Malloy appointed her to the distinguished Connecticut State Criminal Justice Commission. 

Theta Epsilon Omega Chapter congratulates Dr. Kendrick and Atty. Ogilvie.  Click here for a complete list and bios.

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