Carolyn Curry is an award-winning author, historian, and non-profit founder and director of Women Alone Together®. She holds a BA from Agnes Scott College and a MA and PhD from Georgia State University. In 2014, she published Suffer and Grow Strong: The Life of Ella Gertrude Clanton Thomas 1834-1907. In 2015, it was selected One of the Books all Georgians should read by the Georgia Center for the Book. In that same year, Curry received Georgia Author of the Year from the Georgia Writers Association.
Carolyn and Bill are the proud parents of Kristin Hunter and William Curry, Jr., and their seven grandchildren.
Carolyn has always had wide-ranging interests. In high school, she worked hard at academics, but was drawn to the world of sports where her brother competed in football, basketball, and baseball. It was as a cheerleader that she started dating Bill Curry. They married in their junior year of college when he was playing football at Georgia Tech. He went on to play pro football for the Green Bay Packers, Baltimore Colts, Houston Oilers, and the Los Angeles Rams. Then he went into coaching for twenty-seven years at Ga. Tech, Alabama, Kentucky, and Georgia State. Carolyn was right by his side and remained a cheerleader his entire career.
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