Welcome to the Dallas Alumnae Club! We are thrilled and honored to serve as your Co-Presidents for 2020-2021. We thought you might enjoy learning a little bit about each of us and our Club!
Pam Wright Porter grew up in Pasadena, Texas and moved to Dallas in 1985 after graduating from college. She attended Baylor University and was initiated into the Texas Zeta chapter in the spring of 1982. Pam is a CPA and worked at Arthur Andersen for nine years where she met her husband, Richard Bradley (Brad) Porter. They were married in 1991 in Dallas. They have two children - Matt (27) who lives in Los Angeles and works for an IT start-up company and Megan (25) who lives in DC and works on Capitol Hill for the US House of Representatives. Pam has served in numerous positions for the Dallas Alumnae Club beginning back in 1985 when she was first a member of the Junior Night Group. Since becoming a Daylight Angel, she has served as Hospitality Co-Chair, ACRIC Chair and Philanthropy Treasurer as well as serving on several different committees.
Diana Baldwin Vick was born in St. Louis, Missouri and spent most of her early life there and in Dallas. She attended Washington University in St. Louis and was initiated into the Missouri Beta chapter in the spring of 1967. After graduating, she moved to Dallas and worked in the fashion industry as a designer for several years. During that time, she was active in the Junior Night Group. In 1974, she married Marvin York (M.Y.) Vick, Jr. and moved to Madisonville, Texas. They had three daughters who are all married and living in Dallas now: Corrie Kerlin, who has four children; Elizabeth Kipp (Texas Alpha), who has two children and Katherine Bibb (Texas Eta), who has two children. While Diana was living in Madisonville, she was a member of the Brazos Valley Alumnae Club and served in several positions, including President. After M.Y.’s passing, Diana moved to Dallas in 2003 and joined the Daylight Angels where she has served as Co-Chair of Founder’s Day, Communications and Hospitality (seven years) and as a member of the Awards Committee.
The Dallas Alumnae Club are married and unmarried, with and without children, stay-at-home moms, and career women raising families, community volunteers, civic leaders, empty nesters and retirees. All different ages but all Linked in Sisterhood!! There are day meetings, night meetings, activities for our junior alumnae, and other parties and events during the year. We also offer volunteer opportunities to support Literacy Initiatives throughout our community. There is something for everyone and every age!
We hope you will join us!
Pam and Diana