Bettie Bond Interview
Bettie Bond arrived in Boone in 1971 and started working at the University in 1973 with the history department. She is now a retired professor emeritus who, in 2014, was awarded the Lewis R. Holding Philanthropic Leadership Award for her role as president of the Watauga County Community Foundation. She has served on that board for over twenty years now and continues to encourage her community members to get involved with local nonprofits.
Information discussed in the interview: Boone community and traditionalism, being a professor for ASU, coworkers, women's rights and issues, Alumni Association, Centennial, SASASAAS, Newport program, history department, and the Adult program.
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