Introducing myself and my journal: It's Hell In The Hallway But I'm Beginning To See The Light
Founder/CEO of small NGO I AM ONE IN A MILLION that "hands on" helps street orphans in developing country Livingstone Zambia in Africa. I am there a lot. My work, of course, includes work helping many women. My memoir "IT'S HELL IN THE HALLWAY . . . But I'm Beginning To See The Light" will be perfect for so many African and women of other ethnicities It is my evolution focused on my early years in the 60's and 70's up to now. In many ways, the African women are in the 60's and 70's so this will be an inspiration for them. I didn't know I was too short to become Miss Vermont in the Miss America pageant so I did. I didn't know I couldn't get to live on the Chicago Gold Coast if I was born poor, so I do, Didn't know I could have four successful businesses without an MBA so I created them and was successful. I didn't know I could be president of the Student Body in high school because I was from the wrong side of the tracks so I became the president. I didn't know first year high school students didn't get the lead in the State One Act Plays because the roles had to go to experienced seniors, so I got the lead my freshman year. On and on to create my greatness. This feisty but compassionate woman is thirsting to help other women who are in a one down position but have a dream. I hope some of you will be kind enough to read the first 50 pages of my book and comment on them so I can make changes before writing to a literary agent.
Helping people in a one down position find the seed of greatness they didn't even know they had
The same as every woman but I believe the gift or opportunity is in the challenge calling each of us to our soul purpose
My Vision for the Future:
To kiss George Clooney. My serious vision is too see myself relevant to the end.
My Areas of Expertise:
Inspiring and making things happen that others aren't sure can or will happen.