Virginia Stuart Dopp ’62, retired from Fairfax County Schools as English Department Chair at Edison High School, having also taught at Annandale and Oakton, at a military base in Germany and for an alcohol safety program. For Fairfax County, Dopp served on the Long-range Planning Committee and the Curriculum Council, sponsored the student-produced TV show, and was liaison to the Staff Development project at George Mason University. She was a Forensics coach, President of the Northern Virginia English Teachers Association and state board member, and a peer coach. Completing her Master’s at GMU, Dopp continued course work at varied universities. Post-retirement, she was adjunct faculty at GWU and a curriculum writer for the Kennedy Center.
For William & Mary, Dopp co-chaired her 50th Reunion Gift as well as Activities committees, served on previous reunion committees, and was on the boards of the Northern VA and Charlottesville Alumni Chapters. She has been president of two chapters of Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Associations and was active in several churches. Other boards include The Shelter for Help in Emergency, Rivanna Garden Club (both Charlottesville), and The Muscarelle Museum at W&M.
Stuart and her husband, Dan ’62, are W&M parents and grandparents.