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The First of Dartmouth’s “Pioneering Women”

Dona Heller ’69 shares insights from her experience and gives some great advice to women everywhere

“When I attended Dartmouth in ’64-’65 (as the sole woman) and ’68-’69 (as one of ten women), I did not fully appreciate how my gender-lopsided Dartmouth experience would prepare me so well to navigate my path through law school and the working world.”

2 thoughts on “The First of Dartmouth’s “Pioneering Women””

  1. Bernardine Wu '90

    Dona’s story is just so amazing – I can’t even imagine what it must have been like – it was hard enough in the 90s!

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