This website (formerly pinesandmaples.com) was established on October 11, 2012 by a group of Wilson College alumnae to persuade the Board of Trustees and President of Wilson College to ensure Wilson’s success as a women’s college. Since the Board’s vote on January 13, 2013 to make Wilson College coeducational across all programs, the Daisies Can Tell team has worked independently of the College to keep alumnae informed about events, activities, and decisions that affect our alma mater.
Deborah Barnes ’71 is a neuroscientist-turned-science writer with deep ties to Wilson (e.g., her grandmother wrote the music for the Alma Mater). She loves theater and has a weakness for cats.
Melissa Behm ’76 is a publishing executive who, as the daughter of an alumna of ’53, began her career as editor of Wilson Ways. She is the president of the Baltimore Club and enjoys scuba diving.
Kendal Hopkins ’80 is a librarian who likes to knit in front of her wood stove. She helped save Wilson in 1979 and is now serving on the Alumnae Association of Wilson College Board of Directors.
Nicole Noll ’03 is a nerdy social psychologist who gets around by bicycle. She loves teaching and learning—her latest project is coding this website—but running and dancing keep her (mostly) sane.
Carol Noon ’87 is a personal chef, homeschooling mom, and water fitness instructor who quotes Chaucer. She tortures her long-distance friends by telling them the delicious things she's cooking.
You can email us at hello(at)daisiescantell(dot)com.