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journalist , marketing professional

Donna Lee Ogilvie, American marketing professional, retired journalist. Named Woman of Year, Women's Leadership, Farmington, 1992; named to San Juan College Hall of Fame, 1995, Hall of Fame, Farmington History Makers, 2009; Paul Harris fellow, Rotary, Farmington, 2000.

Background

Ogilvie, Donna Lee was born on September 19, 1930 in Saint Louis. Daughter of Carl Nolan Dunkeson and Helen Margaret Sanford.

Education

Bachelor, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1965.

Career

Reporter Cleveland News, 1948—1950. Library Akron Beacon Journal, 1950—1952. Reporter Women's Wear Daily, Cleveland.

Reporter, news editor Farmington Daily Times, New Mexico, 1967—1978. Public relations director San Juan Medical Center, 1978—1981. Marketing director San Juan College, 1981—1995.

Owner Media Production, Farmington, 1993—2000.

Membership

Teacher Project Read. Member, public relations director Democratic Party, Farmington. Board directors Civic Center Foundation, since 2003.

Board directors, president Anasari Foundation, since 1985, San Juan Animal League, since 2005. Actor, director, board directors Community Theater.

Connections

Married Thomas W. Ogilvie, April 2, 1974 (deceased). Children from previous marriage: Michael Harry Jennings, Steven Andrew Jennings.

father:
Carl Nolan Dunkeson

mother:
Helen Margaret Sanford

spouse:
Thomas W. Ogilvie