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Women's Center honors two Princetonians

Donnica Moore '81 and Catherine Keyser '01 will be awarded the first Friends of the Princeton Women's Center's Women's Leadership Awards at a ceremony and reception Saturday.

Moore, a physician, is a highly regarded expert on women's health issues who has received more than 30 awards for her achievements in medicine and business. The founder and president of the Sapphire Women's Health Group, a healthcare consulting firm, Moore also is the women's health expert on NBC's "Later Today" and founder and president of, a women's health information Website.

Keyser is a senior majoring in English and hopes to pursue a doctorate in 20th-century British and American literature. She has produced and directed several theatrical works at Princeton, including "Singular Women" and "Educating Rita." Her own play, "Welcome Home, Virginia Woolf" won the National Young Playwrights' Festival this past fall. Keyser also is the author of "Transforming the Tiger: A Celebration of Undergraduate Women at Princeton" which is scheduled to be published in March.

The Women's Leadership Awards will be given annually to an alumna and student whose work with and for women has had an significant impact on the community.

Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601

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