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Meet the 2023-2024 Alumnae Sesquicentennial Campaign Chair

Meet the 2023-2024 Alumnae Sesquicentennial Campaign Chair, Sharon Stack Morrison '87.

She comes from a long line of Ursuline graduates, dating all the way back to her great grandmother, Margaritta "Rita" Simmons Lovelace, Class of 1897. 

"Ursuline has had a profoundly positive influence on five generations of women in my family," she said.

Alumnae Giving is important to her because she personally would not have been able to attend Ursuline without a scholarship.

"The lifelong friendships I've forged are priceless, the network is a village like no other, and Serviam has made a huge impact on my life, she said. "I am eternally grateful for the exceptional education I received."

Sharon's UA Family Legacy

Class of 1897
Rita Simmons Lovelace graduates from Ursuline. 

Class of 1922
Ahead of her time, Mary Nick Lovelace Sommerfeldt, a ballerina, studied ballet in London, Paris, New York, and California. She owned dance studios in the Melrose Hotel and Snyder Plaza, Dallas.

Class of 1956
Described by her classmates as a "graceful dancer," Susan Sommerfeldt Power founded the Ballet Club as a sophomore. Her class remained extremely close throughout the years, hosting reunions every five years.

Class of 1987
Sharon Stack Morrison played on the state championship basketball and soccer teams, and played on the volleyball team that went to state her senior year. As a student, she wore her grandmother's Serviam pin and her mother's Ursuline ring. She served on the Board of Trustees from 2003-2009.

Classes of 2016, 2018, & 2023
Kate Morrison, Paige Morrison, and MJ Morrison become fifth generation Ursuline graduates.

As a graduate, you can appreciate the value of an Ursuline education.

Honor the Past, Transform the Future: Celebrating 150 Years of Ursuline Dallas

Throughout their extraordinary and distinguished history, the Ursuline Sisters never wavered from their ultimate goal: the fullest possible development of each individual student, leading to action suffused with the presence of Jesus Christ. Join us as we celebrate 150 years of educating young women to be leaders in a global society.

Please consider giving back to Ursuline by making a gift to one or more of the areas critical to Ursuline’s success. Your contributions make an impact in the lives of current and future students and help to continue Ursuline's legacy of excellence.

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