November 21, 2013

Retired Judge Lorraine Parker Announces 100 Women Project to Raise Scholarship Funds and Has Art Selected For Display

Retired Judge Lorraine Parker, Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of Sussex County Community College and current Of Counsel at Hollander, Strelzik recently announced the launch of the 100 Women Project.

The goal of the Project is to have 100 women from the business and professional communities in Sussex County, NJ contribute $100 each year for five years to endow scholarships for women attending Sussex County Community College. Ten thousand dollars will endow a scholarship at the college and, over five years, will fund five separate scholarships. A steering committee has been formed to set guidelines for awarding the scholarships and there is hope that the project will grow and continue endowing scholarships for women well beyond five years.

To read more about the 100 Women Project and how you can participate, click here.

The New Jersey Herald also interviewed Lorraine about the 100 Women Project and the article appeared in the September 27 edition of the paper. To read the text of that article, which also appeared on, click here.

In other news, Lorraine recently had her sculpture selected for the New Jersey State Bar Foundation Art Show at the Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ. The sculpture, entitled "Half the Sky," was inspired by a PBS documentary depicting the horrendous abuse of third world women. Read more about this display and some of Lorraine's other works of art here.
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