Kim Catherine Dooley and Benjamin Kittay
Kittay and Cernoch of North Carolina quickly took an early 2-0 advantage in doubles when they won on courts one and two respectively, however the Demon Deacons responded as Jansen and Karl Poling beat Efstathiou and Lopez de Azcona 6-3 on court three to tie things up at 1-1.
Fomba scored TCU’s opening point of the match with his 6-4 win in singles against Benjamin Kittay (North Carolina). Furthermore, Jake Fearnley and he claimed their doubles match.
Early Life and Education
Kim Catherine Dooley and Benjamin Kittay, two actresses who met through acting, tied the knot at Florida’s South Seas Resort at Captiva Island yesterday. Kim Catherine Dooley hails from Cape Coral while Ben Kittay hails from Potomac Maryland – son to Brenda and Gary Kittay of Vassar College, Potomac Maryland (Brenda and Gary are deceased now), has attended Columbia Law School, worked as both television commercial actor/voice-over artist as well as television commercial actor/voice over artists roles throughout his acting career.
Finished collegiate career at Pepperdine, earning ITA Doubles All-American honors and making a run to the semifinals with partner Tim Zeitvogel… In WCC Tournament match, defeated #84 Iiro Vasa of San Diego 6-2, 6-1… Also clinched the doubles point in NCAA Tournament against UTSA’s Tiago Torres and Alan Magadan 6-3.
Aidan Mayo of Roseville, California, upset ninth-seeded Ashton Cross of Canada 6-4, 6-2 on Saturday in the third round of Boys 16 singles at the Eddie Herr International Junior Championship in Bradenton, Florida. He will next play seventh-seeded Benjamin Kittay of Potomac, Maryland.
Kittay argues that to bring human beings adequately into focus in ethics we need to view them from a non-neutral, engaged or caring stance. HH shows that this claim depends on rejecting a neutral conception of reason and thus fails.
Achievement and Honors
Kittay has become widely recognized for his contributions to disability studies within philosophy. He is the author of multiple books and articles on this topic, and was the inaugural scholar to receive Phi Beta Kappa’s Martin R. Lebowitz and Eve Lewellis Lebowitz Prize for disability research books.
In 2023, he earned ACC Player of the Week honors following a doubles matchup against No. 17 Benjamin Kittay from North Carolina that ended 6-0 and 7-5 for both players in doubles action. Together with Jake Fearnley he also secured the Horned Frogs second point against UNC with a 6-4 win.
Pepperdine senior duo Daniel De Jonge and Tim Zeitvogel advanced to the NCAA doubles round on Wednesday by defeating North Carolina Heels’ #33 team Brian Cernoch and Benjamin Kittay, 6-2, 7-5 in rain-soaked action that eventually moved indoors nearing the end of set two. Both opponents made runs of 2-0 before moving the match back outdoors shortly before it ended in set two.
Kittay’s personal life is centered on her daughter Sesha, who suffers from severe intellectual disabilities. In her work she often makes reference to Sesha in order to demonstrate why, when considering human ethics issues, we need to adopt an engaged or caring perspective.
At school, she earned the West Coast Conference (WCC) First Team All-Academic award and made the CSC Academic Honor Roll. Additionally, Jacqueline De Jonge won an NCAA Doubles title alongside her partner.
Kittay currently resides in Potomac, Maryland with her wife and their son. In her free time she volunteers for various charitable causes and regularly shares her experiences with young people to help them overcome any hurdles to success and find happiness. In addition, she contributes regularly to the Huffington Post.