The Greenhill School Alumni Association named Molly Fulton Seeligson the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award winner.
Seeligson, from the class of 1960, was honored at the school’s commencement ceremony on June 1 at the Meyerson Symphony Center.
Seeligson’s parents, Bernard and Helen Fulton founded Greenhill, and Seeligson was one of the original 62 students. Very involved, she was head cheerleader, Homecoming queen, a member of several clubs, and valedictorian.
She continued her education in math at SMU and became certified to teach in secondary education. After leading The Clear Spring School in Arkansas for more than 20 years, she and her family returned to Dallas so that their son could attend Greenhill.
Today, Seeligson serves as the director of The Eugene McDermott Scholars Program at the University of Texas at Dallas. She remained active in the Greenhill community, volunteering while her son attended the school and serving on the Board of Trustees for seven years. In May, she was named a Lifetime Trustee.