1994 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Ann Alspaugh was born in Duncan, Oklahoma. She attended Smith College and the University of Oklahoma where her sorority was Kappa Kappa Gamma. Oklahoma City has been her home since 1954. It would be nearly impossible to mention all of Ms. Alspaugh’s involvements and awards. However, a few of her accolades follow. She received the Governor’s Arts Award in Oklahoma for her arts involvements, she is on the International Founders Council of the new National Museum of the American Indian, to be built on the last location on the Mall in Washington D.C. and Ballet Oklahoma presented her with its first Grande Reverence Award. She is a trustee of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, a member of The Board of Visitors of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and trustee of the Oklahoma Institute for Breast Health. Committed to education, she serves on the board and executive committee of the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence in Public Education. Ann received the Women Who Make a Difference Award from the International Women’s Forum in 1992. She is a member of the National Council for the Music Associates of Aspen, Dance Aspen and the Aspen Art Museum. In November of 1994 she was inducted into the Duncan Public School’s Hall of Fame.