Currently Serving

• Radio Host – Advanced
• Television Teacher and Writer – Studio Classroom
• Lyricist – Let’s Talk in English

 

• Creator and Producer – Cyber Village Interactive English-learning Program
• Conductor – Heavenly Melody Singers
• Conductor and Musician – ORTV Band

 

• Advisor – Taiwan Executive Yuan’s Research, Development and Evaluation Commission
• Member – Taiwan Executive Yuan’s English Promotion Committee
• Advisor – Taiwan Ministry of Education Executive Board
• Consultant – Kaohsiung City Government’s Bilingual Committee
• Consultant – Tainan City Government’s English Affairs Committee
• Consultant – Taiwan National Police Agency
• Advisor – Xinzhong High School, Shanghai, PRC
• Member – Chung Yuan Christian University Board

 

• Member – Associates in Cultural Exchange, International Advisory Council, USA
• Member – Ministry of Education Elementary School Planning Committee
• Board Member – Faith, Hope, Love Foundation
• English Consultant – Mackay Memorial Hospital
• English Consultant – Veterans’ General Hospital
• Teacher – Presidential Palace
• Teacher – Taiwan Executive Yuan Bible Study
• Teacher – Friday Night Live Bible Study

 

 Selected Awards

• The Washington State Senate passed a senate resolution to honor Doris M. Brougham for her lifelong dedication to Taiwan and enhancement of good bilateral relations between Washington State and Taiwan (2014)
• The city of Seattle in the U.S. state of Washington declared April 2 as Doris Brougham Day (2014)
• Recipient of the NRB Prestigious Milestone Award (2011)
• Recipient of the NRB International Individual Achievement Award (2011)
• Fervent Global Love of Lives winner (2010)

 

• Rotary Club Honorary Member (2008)
• Hualien City Honorary Citizen (2008)
• Schweitzer Award for English Teaching, King Car Foundation (2004)
• Outstanding Professional Woman of 2004 Candlelight Award, Taipei Business and Professional Women’s Club (2004)
• Communication and Leadership Award, Toastmasters Int’l (2004)
• Order of the Brilliant Star with Violet Grand Cordon, ROC’s highest civilian award (2002)
• Individual Achievement in International Broadcasting, National Religious Broadcasters of the United States (2001)
• Honorable Citizen Award from the Mayor of Taipei (1996)
• Outstanding Christian Leader Award, Seattle Pacific University (1995)

 

• Golden Tripod Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education in Taiwan (1989)
• Integrity and Excellence in Broadcasting Award, Washington, DC (1988)
• National Religious Broadcasters International Award, USA (1986)
• Republic of China Confucius Award (Teachers’ Award) (1984)
• Republic of China Good People, Good Deeds’ Award (1982)
• Golden Bell Award in Educational Radio Programs, Taiwan (1969)

 

 Education

• Doctor of Christian Ministries (Honorary), Belhaven College, Jackson, Mississippi, USA (2009)
• Doctor of Humane Letters (Honorary), Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington, USA (1991)
• Doctor of Humane Letters (Honorary), Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California, USA (1988)
• Doctor of Laws (Honorary), Pacific State University, Los Angeles, California, USA (1986)
• M.A. in Communications, Pacific States University, Los Angeles, California, USA (1986)

 

• Certificate in Far East Studies, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington, USA (1953)
• China Inland Mission Language Institute, Anching and Shanghai, China (1948-49)
• B.A. in Far East Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA (1947-48)
• B.A. in Christian Education, Simpson Bible College, Seattle, Washington, USA (1944-47)

 

 English, Music and Theology Teaching Experience

• Presidential Palace Bible Study (2010 – present)
• Taiwan Executive Yuan Bible Study (2009 – present)
• English Teacher at Taipei Municipal Training Center, Taipei, Taiwan (1980s and 1990s)

 

• Shih Chien University Professor of English (1977 -1994)
• China Airlines Personnel Advanced English Professor (1976 -1982)
• ORTV Youth Rallies and Bible studies (1973 – present)
• Tri-service General University Commanding Officers’ English Professor (1973 -1983)
• Soochow University, trumpet teacher (1970s)

 

• Kuomintang (KMT) Officials’ Advanced English Professor (1969 – 2000)
• National Academy of Arts, Professor of Brass, Taipei, Taiwan (1963 -1974)
• Theology Teacher at Presbyterian Tribal Seminary, Hualien, Taiwan (1952 – 57)

 

• Choir Director for Andrew Gih and Wesley Wang’s Church for Refugees in Hong Kong (1950)
• English Teacher at Hualien Boys’ High School, Hualien, Taiwan (1951)
• English Teacher at Hua Hsi Pa University, Chengdu, Szechuan, China (1949)
• English teacher for South China Boat Mission, Kowloon, Hong Kong (1949)