2022 Ashley Hall Distinguished Alumnae Award Winners
The Ashley Hall Alumnae Association is pleased to announce the 2022 Distinguished Alumnae Award Winners. Please join us in congratulating these alumnae!
Given to an Ashley Hall alumna who exhibits outstanding volunteer and community service, this award honors Fern Karesh Hurst, Class of 1964.
Christian Monroe Holliday Douglas ’72
The upstate of South Carolina is a better place because of Christy’s dedicated volunteer work which has included underprivileged youth, soup kitchens, the Red Cross and acting as co- director of Galivants Ferry Stump. She also spearheaded the creation of Margie’s Law to streamline an aspect of South Carolina’s emergency medical services. To the over 10 nonprofits she works with (and to Ashley Hall) Christy Douglas is definitely a distinguished volunteer.
Given to an Ashley Hall alumna who exhibits outstanding achievement in her chosen profession, this award honors Crandall Close Bowles, Class of 1965.
Tiffin Dowling Lamoreaux ’01
Tiffin Lamoreaux currently serves as Ashley Hall’s Director of Health Services. She is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with experience in emergency medicine, clinical coaching, and paramedic areas. Tiffin’s close affiliation with the Medical University of South Carolina ensured Ashley Hall’s response to the pandemic’s challenges were handled with confidence. Her commitment to Ashley Hall students, families, faculty and staff allowed the school to hold in-person instruction for the entire 2020-21 academic year.
Given to an Ashley Hall alumna who has been recognized by her peers for outstanding work in the performing or visual arts, this award honors Mrs. Martha Rivers Ingram, Class of 1953.
Langdon Edmunds Oppermann ’70
Langdon Oppermann has been instrumental in State Historic Preservation Offices in both North and South Carolina which includes working with state Department of Transportation departments on preservation projects. She has too many accolades to name; recently she was awarded the Winston-Salem Mayor’s Award and the Archie Davis Award for History from the Wachovia Historical Society. She currently specializes in research, restoration, and retrofitting of historic buildings.
Given to an Ashley Hall alumna, 35 years old or younger, who personally and professionally exhibits the mission of the School, this award honors the memory of Tonisha Bell Alston, Class of 1999 whose life and independent spirit embodied the key pillars of the Ashley Hall mission.
Caroline Hay Robinson ’05
Caroline Robinson is dedicated to building her family and community through her business. Her clothing collections include Citrine Swim & the Teza Collection. With a focus on sustainability, Caroline’s business success includes recently opening a flagship store in the Shops of Mt. Pleasant. Her Citrine swim line blends southern and Hawaiian trends to go with activities from yoga to surfing and is sold in retailers nationwide.
The Dewar Gordon Holmes award honors an alumna who has demonstrated dedicated time, insight, talents and volunteer service to Ashley Hall.
Missee Tuttle Fox ’73
Missee Fox is a fixture, in and out of the Madren Pool at Ashley Hall. As Director of the Shool’s Aquatics Program, Missee oversees the aquatics program for young swimmers in the Early Education Center through Upper School. Before becoming a member of faculty, Missee often assisted where needed in the Lower School and Intermediate Program.