Part of it is climbing Tinker Mountain, but the summit is just the beginning. Hollins women go on to great things. They win Pulitzers, they research cancer, they fight for the environment and social justice, they lead multinational companies. At Hollins, we foster the insight, resourcefulness, and confidence it takes to succeed in a vast array of fields. See how women who are going places start at Hollins.
Julia Voorhees Emmons '63, former executive director of the 10,000-member Atlanta Track Club and former director of the Peachtree Road Race, the world's largest 10K, is…Read More
Lenny Lyons Bruno was born in a West Virginia coal camp in 1947. The Coal Camp Series is a virtual narrative of her early years. Bruno shares her memories in large paintings that incorporate a wide variety of materials including quilts, photographs, ledgers, and found objects, many of which date back to that era. Her…Read More