Women Worth Knowing

Barbara Bush

Barbara Bush
Develop your relationship with your children through books and former first lady Barbara Bush reminds us the important of putting each other first.

Julianna Griffin

Julianna Griffin
Help your little one understand and appreciate their teachers with this simple activity inspired by Julianna Griffin a young, bright teacher in Phillidelphia.

Ruth Wakefield

Life Lessons from the chocolate chip cookie
Life lessons from the chocolate chip cookie.

Sophia Ionescu

Sophia Ionescu
Life doesn't always pan out as we imagine but if we are smart like Sophia we can adapt and make the most of it.

Jenny Reeder

Jenny Reeder
What can we learn from Jenny? Learn. Study deeply what interests you. Find people’s stories. Search out who people were and what they had to say. And then share your knowledge with the world. How much better would each of us do if we always carried with us the hope and the confidence of those who have gone before

Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo
If there were ever an artist that saw things for more than what they appeared to be it was Frida Kahlo. The evolution of Frida's art expressed the...

Condolezza Rice

Condolezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice is a woman of many "firsts"...

Daisy Bates

Daisy Bates
  Presidents Day may have started out to honor George Washington but since then it has been known to celebrate many more Presidents including Abrah...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Supreme Ruth Bader Ginsburg and how her life has taught us to see the world with bigger lenses.

Katherine Switzer

Katherine Switzer
You can learn a lot from a photograph. You can learn even more from a determined woman like Katherine.

Sally Westover

Sally Westover

"No one has taught me more about optimism in the face of adversity than my mother.  When she was only 35 years old, she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer.  She told her doctor that she would not lose the battle—that she had three little girls to raise—and she fought for 13 years to make that happen." Rachel Neilson from 3 in 30 Podcast about her mother Sally Westover. 

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Phillis Wheatley

Phillis Wheatley
Phillis Wheatley was believed to be born around 1753 in West Africa and at the age of 8 was shipped to North America to be sold as a slave. She wa...