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Women’s Programs

The women of Duke elevate the excellence of our university in countless ways. That’s why we seek to work with supportive, dedicated Duke alumnae to create opportunities to learn, lead and inspire. We invite you to explore these programs for alumnae.

Alumnae Spotlight: Deborah Lee James '79

As the 23rd secretary of the U.S. Air Force,  Deborah Lee James '79 is responsible for organizing and equipping the nearly 664,000 airmen and women serving throughout the world. Read Duke Magazine's interview with her.

Women's Weekend 2016

The biennial on-campus event brought more than 450 alumnae back to campus to converse, share experiences and impart wisdom. View photos from the weekend.

Women's Forum

Active in several cities around the country, these alumnae networks offer formal programming around current events, social issues and personal and professional development, as well as informal gatherings such as coffee groups, book clubs and shared interest groups. Learn more about Women's Forum.