The strong liberal arts education Mary Mills Borden ’ 82 received at UNC enabled her to follow several career paths. She worked as a paralegal for many
years, and now works as an administrator and testing facilitator
for WorkKeys, a national job skills assessment program.
;e Goldsboro, N.C., resident said the Women’s Leadership
Council excites her. “;rough the council, I’ve gotten to
know current Carolina students and faculty. ;ey are all so
innovative and creative, and show a great appreciation and love
for Carolina,” she said. “I’ve also reconnected with old Carolina
friends and made many new ones. Now that my son and
daughter are both studying at Carolina, I have even more reason
to come to our beautiful campus, and to spread the news of all
the fabulous opportunities available here.”
She and her classmate-husband, Lee Borden, created the W.
Lee and Mary Mills Borden Founders Scholarship, a merit-based
academic scholarship designed to reward those who have shown
great work ethic and academic achievement in high school. “We
hope these exceptional students continue their success at UNC
and beyond,” she said.
Carolina women are students, faculty and staff. They
are mothers, sisters and daughters. They are leaders
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