Douglas is the founder of the Modern Atlanta Dance (MAD) Festival which showcases metro-area modern and contemporary dance companies and artists. The festival has been produced annually since 1995.
Douglas was a founding executive committee member of the Atlanta Dance Initiative and is a former vice-president of the Atlanta Coalition of the Performing Arts (ACPA) and served on the Members Services Council of ACPA from 2007 to 2009. Douglas has sat on advisory committees for the theatre company Not Merely Players, the youth dance company Good Moves Consort and the Lake Victoria Special Arts Initiative in Kenya, Africa.
As a master teacher, Douglas has led workshops in physically integrated technique for numerous organizations and conferences, including Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department, VSA arts of Kentucky, the Coalition for Inclusion in the Performing Arts, the Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Children's Institute (Pittsburgh, PA), the Lakeshore Foundation (Birmingham, AL), the Montgomery (AL) Therapeutic Recreation Department, the Edith Upchurch Forum on Innovative Recreational Programming, the National Dance Association/AAHPERD, Arts for All (Tucson, AZ), Shepherd Center (Atlanta, GA), VSA arts of Georgia's Summer Training Institute and the Amputee Coalition of America.