Brigit Carter was recently featured in a story entitled "Nominations Wanted for Teamwork and Diversity Awards" published by Working@Duke.
For decades, Lovest Alexander and Brigit Carter served as champions for diversity in their areas of Duke.
Alexander, an assistant professor in Community and Family Medicine, sought to build connections between Duke’s medical education programs and historically black colleges and universities. Carter, an associate professor in Duke University School of Nursing, has served as a mentor for minority students as they chart their academic and personal path through life at Duke. (Read the full story here)