Soroptimists of Long Beach Induct Dr. Minnie Douglas Into the Hall of Fame

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Dr Minnie Douglas joins Soroptimist Hall of Fame

The most recent inductee to the Soroptimist Hall of Fame, Dr. Minnie Douglas is an alumna of the Long Beach Beach City College nursing program.

Dr. Minnie Douglas, the Dean of Allied Health and Director of Vocational Nursing at Advanced College in South Gate, was recently honored by Soroptimist International of Long Beach. She earned this prestigious award for distinguishing herself as a woman with a lifelong dedication to her service, the business community, and the public.

The Hall of Fame Award from Soroptimist International of Long Beach has been awarded every year since 1984 to distinguished Long Beach women. This honor was given at the Soroptimist International of Long Beach Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon last month. Member Freda Hinsche Otto gave a kind introduction, and Dr. Douglas accepted the award. 

Dr. Minnie Douglas is an alumna of the Long Beach City College nursing program, where she has also taught. She also spent part of her studies at Pepperdine and Cal State Los Angeles. She maintains community affiliations with such organizations as the Long Beach Human Relations Committee, The Long Beach Arts Council, and the NAACP.

As a member of Soroptimist International, Dr. Minnie Douglas has pledged to show concern for the needs of the underprivileged around the world. She has made good on this promise, and serves as an example to students at Advanced College who wish to do likewise.

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