Other committees Schuster served are as parliamentarian of the regional board for Disciples of Christ Church, elder at Crown Heights Christian Church, the first woman elder at University Place Christian Church and first female board member of Metro Technology Centers, appointed in 1982.
“When I first entered law school, I was told that being a woman, I would never get into the court but would always be in the back room doing research,” Schuster said.
Schuster plans to return to Sweet Briar in the spring for a reunion. In the fall, she will share her experiences with fellow alumnae, faculty, staff and students during homecoming weekend.
Shaun Dillehay is marketing coordinator for Metro Technology Centers
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Metro Technology Centers is a nonprofit, career and technology center district with six locations serving the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. They offer training to high school students, adults and businesses. The district offers more than 90 full-time career majors and 500 short-term and online courses, as well as customized training for business and industry.