Laura Urquhart Davison
Laura Urquhart Davison was born and raised in Mobile where she attended UMS-Wright. Upon her graduation, she continued her education at the University of Alabama receiving a Bachelor of Science in Finance. Laura worked in both the Private and Commercial sectors of the banking industry for 6 years. In 2011, she returned to her alma mater, UMS-Wright, where she has worked in both the Lower School Office and the Advancement Office. Laura began volunteering for the American Cancer Society in her early 20’s as a volunteer of various ACS events over the years. Her husband, Jay, was also a Real Men Wear Pink Candidate in 2016. She is also a sustainer of the Junior League of Mobile, Treasurer of the Mobile Kappa Delta Alumnae Association and a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Laura and Jay have two children, T. (12) and Murray (11). Laura has had many family members and friends survive cancer, including her father, and she is excited to help raise funds to fight cancer by doing what she loves best, planning events that bring people together for a good cause.
Worth Morrissette Hieronymus
Born and raised in Mobile, Worth Morrissette Hieronymus graduated from UMS-Wright Preparatory School in 2007. She went on to attend the University of Alabama where she graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences in Hospitality Management. Worth and her husband, Ward, have two children, Edward (3) and Margaret (1). They attend St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Worth loves spending time with family and friends! She is also involved and volunteers with YoungLife and JH Outback.
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