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Women’s History Month 2016 (March). Women’s History Month Theme: “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government”

Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,the mobile application aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com, Lyna Hussein and Ronning Against Cancer in March 2016.

Picture : Rosie The Riveter « We Can Do It. » A powerful symbol of American women’s contributions during World War II and of female empowerment.
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  1. 1. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco Women’s History Month 2016Women’s History Month 2016 (March). Women’s History Month(March). Women’s History Month Theme: “Working to Form a MoreTheme: “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women inPerfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government”Public Service and Government” Supported by Ronald Tintin, Super Professeur,the mobile application aideetreussite.superprofesseur.com,Lyna Hussein and Ronning Against Cancer in March 2016. Picture : Rosie The Riveter « We Can Do It. » A powerful symbol of American women’s contributions during World War II and of female empowerment.
  2. 2. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco Rosie The Riveter « We Can Do It. » A powerful symbol of American women’s contributions during World War II and of female empowerment. Inspiration for Iconic Rosie the Riveter Image , a young (at 17) factory worker named Geraldine Doyle unwittingly inspired J. Howard Miller’s iconic “We Can Do It!” inin 1942.1942.
  3. 3. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco What is “Women’s HistoryWhat is “Women’s History Month?”Month?” Women's History Month, in March, is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and their accomplishments throughout history and in contemporary society. Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society. The United States has observed it annually throughout the month of March since 1987.
  4. 4. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco Women’s History Month 2016Women’s History Month 2016 Theme: “Working to Form a MoreTheme: “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women inPerfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government”Public Service and Government” “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government” is the theme for National Women’s History Month 2016.   The National Women’s History Month theme for 2016 honors women who have shaped America’s history and its future through their public service and government leadership. Although often overlooked and undervalued, collectively they have dramatically influenced our public policy and the building of viable institutions and organizations. From championing basic human rights to ensuring access and equal opportunity for all Americans, they have led the way in establishing a stronger and more democratic country.
  5. 5. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco Inspiring Women - 2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesInspiring Women - 2016 National Women’s History Month Honorees
  6. 6. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Sister Mary Madonna Ashton, CSJ  (1923-Present)  Public Health Leader and  Minnesota Commissioner of Health Mary Madonna Ashton, CSJ has an impressive Minnesota-Mary Madonna Ashton, CSJ has an impressive Minnesota- based career in public and private service. She served asbased career in public and private service. She served as president and CEO of St. Mary’s Hospital inpresident and CEO of St. Mary’s Hospital in Minneapolis, State Commissioner of Health underMinneapolis, State Commissioner of Health under Governor Perpich, and founded St. Mary’s Health Clinics.Governor Perpich, and founded St. Mary’s Health Clinics. To know more :To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-themehttp://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-theme
  7. 7. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Daisy BatesDaisy Bates (1912-1999) (1912-1999)  Civil Rights Organizer, Civil Rights Organizer,  Leader of the Little Rock School IntegrationLeader of the Little Rock School Integration Daisy Gatson Bates was a journalist and Civil Rights activist whoDaisy Gatson Bates was a journalist and Civil Rights activist who famously facilitated the 1957 integration of public schools in Littlefamously facilitated the 1957 integration of public schools in Little Rock, Arkansas. Growing up in southern Arkansas during theRock, Arkansas. Growing up in southern Arkansas during the early 20th century, Bates experienced first hand the poorearly 20th century, Bates experienced first hand the poor conditions and discrimination of the segregated school system.conditions and discrimination of the segregated school system. She spent her entire adult life standing up to physical threats andShe spent her entire adult life standing up to physical threats and other forms of intimidation in order to champion causes of racialother forms of intimidation in order to champion causes of racial equality.equality. To know more :To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-themehttp://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-theme
  8. 8. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Sonia Pressman FuentesSonia Pressman Fuentes    (1928 – Present) (1928 – Present)  NOW co-founder, first woman attorney NOW co-founder, first woman attorney  in the Office of the General Counsel at the EEOCin the Office of the General Counsel at the EEOC Sonia Pressman Fuentes is a lawyer, author, speaker andSonia Pressman Fuentes is a lawyer, author, speaker and pioneering feminist leader who fought for women’s equality in thepioneering feminist leader who fought for women’s equality in the work force and helped initiate the Second Wave of the women’swork force and helped initiate the Second Wave of the women’s rights movement.rights movement. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme Visit her website atVisit her website at  http://www.erraticimpact.com/fuentes  http://www.erraticimpact.com/fuentes
  9. 9. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Isabel Gonzalez Isabel Gonzalez  (1882-1971) (1882-1971)  Champion of Puerto Ricans Champion of Puerto Ricans  securing American Citizenshipsecuring American Citizenship Isabel González was a Puerto Rican woman who fought for 15Isabel González was a Puerto Rican woman who fought for 15 years to ensure full U.S. citizenship rights for all Puerto Ricans. years to ensure full U.S. citizenship rights for all Puerto Ricans.  The United States acquired Puerto Rico from Spain in 1898The United States acquired Puerto Rico from Spain in 1898 promising dignity to its people.promising dignity to its people. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
  10. 10. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Ella GrassoElla Grasso   (1919-1981) (1919-1981)  Governor of Connecticut, First Woman Governor Governor of Connecticut, First Woman Governor  of any US State Elected in Her Own Rightof any US State Elected in Her Own Right Ella Grasso was the first woman elected governor of a U.S. stateElla Grasso was the first woman elected governor of a U.S. state in her own right, serving as Governor of Connecticut from 1974in her own right, serving as Governor of Connecticut from 1974 through 1980. Grasso’s political career spanned over 45 yearsthrough 1980. Grasso’s political career spanned over 45 years and she won all ten elections she ever ran in. The daughter ofand she won all ten elections she ever ran in. The daughter of Italian immigrants, Ella Tambussi gained a commitment to publicItalian immigrants, Ella Tambussi gained a commitment to public service at her alma mater Mount Holyoke College.service at her alma mater Mount Holyoke College. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
  11. 11. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Suzan Shown HarjoSuzan Shown Harjo   (1945 – Present) (1945 – Present)  Native American Public Policy Advocate and JournalistNative American Public Policy Advocate and Journalist Suzan Shown Harjo is a Native American activist whose 50-yearSuzan Shown Harjo is a Native American activist whose 50-year career includes work in journalism, poetry, curating, and policycareer includes work in journalism, poetry, curating, and policy advocacy. Descended from Cheyenne and Hodulgee Muscogeeadvocacy. Descended from Cheyenne and Hodulgee Muscogee Nations, her accomplishments include helping Native peoplesNations, her accomplishments include helping Native peoples regain more than one million acres of tribal lands.regain more than one million acres of tribal lands. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
  12. 12. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Judy Hart  Judy Hart   (1941- Present)(1941- Present) National Park Founding Superintendent of National Park Founding Superintendent of  Rosie the Riveter World War II Home Front National HistoricalRosie the Riveter World War II Home Front National Historical ParkPark and Women’s Rights National Historical Parkand Women’s Rights National Historical Park Judy Hart is a civic activist and consultant whose 27-year careerJudy Hart is a civic activist and consultant whose 27-year career with the U.S. National Park Service (NPS) and other seminal workwith the U.S. National Park Service (NPS) and other seminal work has helped legitimize and raise awareness of women’s history inhas helped legitimize and raise awareness of women’s history in America.America. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
  13. 13. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Oveta Culp HobbyOveta Culp Hobby    (1905-1995) (1905-1995)  WWII Director of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and WWII Director of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and  first Secretary of the US Department of Health, Education, andfirst Secretary of the US Department of Health, Education, and WelfareWelfare Oveta Culp Hobby was a pioneer military leader who helpedOveta Culp Hobby was a pioneer military leader who helped define women’s initial role in the Army during World War II. Shedefine women’s initial role in the Army during World War II. She served as the first commanding officer of the Women’s Armyserved as the first commanding officer of the Women’s Army Corps (WAC), was the first secretary of the Department of Health,Corps (WAC), was the first secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and was the Chairperson of the Board ofEducation and Welfare, and was the Chairperson of the Board of the Houston Post.the Houston Post. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
  14. 14. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Barbara Mikulski Barbara Mikulski  (1936 – Present) (1936 – Present)  Longest Serving Woman in the United States CongressLongest Serving Woman in the United States Congress Barbara Mikulski is the Senior Senator from MarylandBarbara Mikulski is the Senior Senator from Maryland representing the Democratic Party. Starting her career as a socialrepresenting the Democratic Party. Starting her career as a social worker, In Congress Mikulski has championed such efforts asworker, In Congress Mikulski has championed such efforts as equal pay, a woman’s right to choose, improving health care forequal pay, a woman’s right to choose, improving health care for and medical research on women, and subsidizing child-care forand medical research on women, and subsidizing child-care for low-income families.low-income families. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
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  16. 16. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Karen NarasakiKaren Narasaki    (1958 – Present ) (1958 – Present )  Civil and Human Rights LeaderCivil and Human Rights Leader Karen Narasaki is a Civil Rights lawyer, lobbyist, and leader whoKaren Narasaki is a Civil Rights lawyer, lobbyist, and leader who has dedicated her career to issues of Asian American equality.has dedicated her career to issues of Asian American equality. Her work has focused on voting rights, affirmative action, familyHer work has focused on voting rights, affirmative action, family immigration, media representation, and hate crimes prevention.immigration, media representation, and hate crimes prevention. Narasaki is currently a Commissioner on the U.S. Commission onNarasaki is currently a Commissioner on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.  Civil Rights.   To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
  17. 17. www.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Ecowww.SuperProfesseur.com Specialized in Coaching, Marketing,Management,Eco 2016 National Women’s2016 National Women’s History Month HonoreesHistory Month Honorees Nancy Grace Roman Nancy Grace Roman  (1925 – Present) (1925 – Present)  Chief of Astronomy at NASAChief of Astronomy at NASA Nancy Grace Roman is an astronomer and was the first womenNancy Grace Roman is an astronomer and was the first women executive at the National Aeronautics and Space Administrationexecutive at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Roman is known as the “Mother of Hubble” for her(NASA). Roman is known as the “Mother of Hubble” for her contributions to establishing the Hubble Space Telescope.contributions to establishing the Hubble Space Telescope. Throughout her career Roman has been an outspoken advocateThroughout her career Roman has been an outspoken advocate for women in the sciences.for women in the sciences. To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016-To know more : http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/2016- themetheme
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