Temple ’95 Named a “40 Under Forty” by The Network Journal

Gabe Rosenberg '16September 16, 20132min
Donaldine Temple ’95
Donaldine Temple ’95

Donaldine Temple ’95, director and senior associate counsel at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, has been named one of The Network Journal’s “40 Under Forty” for 2013. Temple, who doubled majored in history and African-American studies, advises on legal and regulatory matters for fixed income securities. She earned her JD from Boston College Law School.

Temple also advises nonprofit, arts-oriented organizations on matters of corporate law and governance, and she is associated with both the Corporate Counsel Women of Color and the Association of Black Women Attorneys. Also an avid volunteer with nonprofits such as New York Cares, Temple told The Network Journal, “I am committed to giving back to the world more than I have taken from it.”

The Network Journal, a monthly print and online business magazine for black professionals and business owners, gives annual 40 Under Forty Achievement Awards to honor men and women under 40 years old whose professional accomplishments significantly impact their profession and who make important contributions to their communities.