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Elizabeth “Betty” Asche Douglas | The Magic
On episode 11 of The Magical Coach Podcast, Rick Mancini talks with Beaver County’s resident renaissance woman and Beaver Falls native, Elizabeth “Betty” Asche Douglas, about her extraordinary accomplishments as a pioneering African American educator, artist, singer, local historian, and 2020 Circle of Achievement Inductee.
Be sure to listen to the end of this episode for an inspiring message about the importance of leadership by 2013 Circle of Achievement inductee, George “Tookie” James.
Hosted by the Larry Bruno Foundation, The Magical Coach Podcast features conversations, stories, and profiles of local community leaders, coaches, teachers, athletes, students, and many others who help inspire and create cultures of success in Beaver County and beyond. For more, visit The Magical Coach website.
This episode was recorded February 29, 2020 at the Larry Bruno Hall of Achievement in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Host: Rick Mancini. Guest: Elizabeth “Betty” Asche Douglas. Producer and audiography: Kevin Farkas. Music (available on SoundCloud.com): David Hyde (“Acoustic Folk Instrumental”), “Rising B.” Available on YouTube.com: Ghost FX (“Trumpets”), Riot (“Level Plane”), xenadog777 (“Douglas Gallery & Artistry in Song”). Available on Bensound.com (“Love”). Other sounds (Available at The Social Voice Project): Episode 02 of The Magical Coach Podcast (“George “Tookie” James”). ©The Magical Coach Podcast/The Larry Bruno Foundation. All rights reserved.