Ms. Douglas is born in Berlin, Germany to Fritz and Irma Kruse.
Ms. Douglas becomes an apprentice in technical drafting and design at Hasler AG in Bern, Switzerland.
Ms. Douglas immigrates to the United States.
Ms. Douglas becomes an electrical designer for UOP Air Correction Division in Norwalk, Connecticut.
For the next four years, Ms. Douglas works as an engineering consultant for various engineering corporations in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Ms. Douglas graduates magna cum laude from Sacred Heart University, receiving an Associate of Science in legal administration.
Ms. Douglas becomes an agency compliance coordinator at ITT Flygt Corporation in Trumbull, Connecticut.
Ms. Douglas receives the D-Day Award from the National Lymphedema Network.
Ms. Douglas is named Woman of Substance in the Connecticut Post.
Ms. Douglas becomes a member of the University College Council at Sacred Heart University.
Ms. Douglas establishes the Dr. M. Palliser Endowment for Physical Therapy at Sacred Heart University.
Ms. Douglas receives the Distinguished Alumni Award from Sacred Heart University.
Ms. Douglas receives the Harold S. Geneen Community Service Award from ITT Industries.
Ms. Douglas becomes a member of the advisory committee of the Yale School of Public Health.
Ms. Douglas participates in a medical research project at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute of the Yale School of Medicine.