Brenda Stallworth Devrouax
Brenda Devrouax is a retired Medical Technologist from the National Institutes of Health.
A native Alabamian, she is a graduate of Southern Normal High School of the Dutch Reformed Church in America, Brewton, Al.
She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from Bennett College for Women, Greensboro, NC in 1966, and completed an internship in Medical Technology at the Malden Hospital, an affiliate of Tufts University, Malden Massachusetts in 1967.
Aside from her scientific studies, she earned an Interior Design certificate at the International School of Interior Design, Washington, D.C in 1982. She received certification from the American Home Staging Professionals in 2005. She is also an accomplished photographer.
She established the Lyston Faddis Stallworth Scholarship for students of nursing in Alabama to honor her mother, Lyston Faddis Stallwortn, the first African American Nurse of the Year for Alabama (1977), in 1991.
To honor her father, Eugene Cortez Stallworth, visual artist, teacher and politician, she established and curated The Eugene C. Stallworth Gallery of Art at the Southern Normal Campus of Alabama State University in 2005.
At the death of her husband, architect Paul S. Devrouax, Jr, FAIA, NOMAC, she created a 501 (C) 3 organization, The Paul S. Devrouax, Jr. Memorial Lecture, in 2010, where she serves as chairperson.
Brenda is principal of Moonrise Art Studios, LLC.