Tag Archives: “Celebrating Women

Speaking Date

Here is the flyer about my upcoming “Celebration Women” presentation in Rochester, NY, on Tues, 9/25, 6:30 pm. Patricia Deane, a club member, made the arrangements; I am looking forward to it! Zonta International is a global organization of executives … Continue reading

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Speeches & Receptions

This week is a full women’s history week: on Tue., 3/20, I give my “Celebrating Women” program to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in Washington, DC; on Wed, I’m going with a group representing the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women

Shortly after I returned from Omaha, Nebraska, where I gave my Celebrating Women presentation to the staff of the Midwest Region of the National Park Service, I received an email from Bonnie Nicholson who thanked me for a “fun and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women and Women’s History Month

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Celebrating Women

Despite being in the throes of a systemic case of poison ivy (& I have no idea how I got it ’cause I’m really careful considering how allergic I am to it!!??), today I’m giving a speech, “Celebrating Women, Especially … Continue reading

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Eventful Day

This morning I spoke on “Celebrating Women,” at the 18th Annual Women Veterans Health Conference at the VA Hospital in Brooklyn. Here a picture of one of the veterans showing me her portfolio of amazing art work–wood carvings, paintings, sculptures. … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women’s History

Tomorrow, I’m doing my “Celebrating Women” multimedia presentation at the FDIC (yup, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) in the morning, then racing to Queens College to teach.

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