Christine Moon Schluter '65, P'91

Lloyd E. Worner Award

Christine Moon Schluter '65, P'91 is the recipient of the Lloyd E. Worner Award. Following graduation from CC, she earned M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. She served as a college teacher and administrator before spending the last 20 years of her career as a consultant to a wide range of colleges and universities, hospitals, museums, and private schools around the country.

Schluter has served as president of the CC Alumni Association Council (formerly the Alumni Association Board), as a member of the CC Board of Trustees, and on her class reunion committees since graduation. She has also served as president of the board of her homeowners' association and as vice president of the Board of the Sanibel, Florida, League of Women Voters, and assisted various nonprofit boards with planning, board training, etc.

As president of the AAC, she worked to build the diversity of the council and increase the philanthropic support of alumni leaders. Having grown up in very rural Harlem, Georgia, she saw the effects of poverty, poor education, and racism up close. This galvanized her desire to help effect change. She has always believed that education is our best hope, and been passionate about providing educational and leadership opportunities to those who lack them, primarily poor people and people of color. Consequently, her top priority for giving to CC has always been scholarships, particularly for first-generation students and students of color.

She is the mother of two daughters, Heather and Hilary Van Ness '91, stepmother of three, and grandmother of eight.

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