Ann Olivarius became the first person to complete the Yale Law School joint JD-MBA Five year programme in only three years, with honours. In March 1977, Ann Olivarius drafted a report on the Status of Women at Yale at the request of the Yale Corporation. She presented detailed accounts of sexual assault and rape, seeking a system through which complaints of this magnitude could be lodged and dealt with. Ann Olivarius held several senior positions, including head of Shearman & Sterling’s corporate practice in Washington D.C. and CEO, General Council and Executive Director of Scientific Programs at the Sarnoff Endowment
Women of Psychology Reshaunda Davis PSY/310 March 3, 2013 Luvenia Jackson . Mamie Phipps was born April 18, 1917; Hot Springs is her birthplace. Her father was a Physician; his name was Harold H. Phipps, MD. Katie Florence was her mother’s name, she helped Mamie’s father with his practice. She went to segregated public schools.
She taught Public school for 43 years in D.C and was also President of the Board of Education. She opened up the door for other African- American women in Mathematics. She fought racial segregation within the school system and also supported a lawsuit to desegregate the school system. Birth Martha Euphemia Lofton Haynes was born to parents Dr. William Lofton and Mrs. Lavina Day Lofton in Washington, D.C. on September 11, 1890. Her father was a prominent dentist and a financial supporter of black institutions and charities and her mother was active in the Catholic Church.
“Choosing Among Finalists for the Job of HR Director” The selection method used to assess applicants for the HR director job is: resume’, cognitive ability test, job knowledge test, structured interview, and two questions from the generic interview question list. The following is the information gathered for the top three finalists. 1) Finalist Lola Vega has a 3.9 GPA, B.S. HRM with 5 years’ experience in HRM and 4 years in recruiting and no supervisory experience listed. She scored 90% on the cognitive ability test, 94% on the knowledge test and 85 on the structured interview.
He is a former California Governor 1975–1983, having been preceded by Ronald Reagan, and was also the Secretary of State of California. Currently serving as California's Attorney General, he is facing former eBay CEO Meg Whitman for Governor of California in the 2010 general election, having won the June Democratic primary against nominal opposition. Brown has had a lengthy political career, spanning terms on the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees from 1969–1971, as California Secretary of State from 1971–1975, as Governor of California from 1975–1983, as chair of the California Democratic Party from 1989–1991, the Mayor of Oakland from 1998–2006, and the Attorney General of California 2007. He unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nominations for president in 1976, 1980, and 1992, and was an unsuccessful Democratic nominee for the United States Senate in 1982. Since Brown's terms in office are not covered by the term limits that came into effect in 1990, he is not barred from running for Governor
Pelosi has had a vibrant career in the House of Representatives. She is currently on her twelfth two-year term. While that is said some may question if that career was stagnant, they would be certainly wrong. She gained entrance to the House in a special election in 1987. The reason for this was because the incumbent Sala Burton died.
Tanya The person I researched was Mary Whiton Calkins she was one of the 1st generation of women to enter into the study of pyschology. She was denied her PHD because of her gender although she was a highly respected Doctorial student. Her numerous contributions to society included the invention of the paired-associate technique for studying memory, groundbreaking research on dreams, and the development of a form of self-psychology. "Furthermore, she became the first female president of both the American Psychological Association and the American Philosophical Association. In her later years, Calkins was a supporter of the Consumers1 League and the Civil Liberties Union."
She began her college career intending to study chemistry, but later switched to art, European history and architectural history.” Although some like to remember Stewart because of the convictions in 2004 of Insider Trading, Martha shows that can she take responsibility for her own actions and she is willing to use it as a Learning experience. 2. Lavine (2013) wrote an article about “The Martha Rules consists of ten rules and a roadmap for entrepreneurs to create their own successful businesses. The book started as a project to help fellow inmates during her incarceration in a federal prison in
In the fifteen years of America after World War Ⅱ, to be a “perfect wives” and “five children’s mother” was a women’s dream (Friedan). Women did the housework and looked after their husband. This was a daily routine. However, at that time, the women’s liberation movement began. According to the Journal Beyond the Feminine Mystique, it listed two popular magazines that show the emergence of women beginning to believe in themselves and participating in the society (Meyerowitz).
The remarkable American anthropologist Margaret Mead was born on December 16, 1901 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. She was raised in a open-minded and scholarly household with her father, Edward Sherwood Mead that was a professor at the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce and also was the founder of the University of Pennsylvania's evening school and her mother, Emily Fogg Mead, was a sociologist and a supporter of women's rights. In addition, her grandmother, Martha Ramsay Mead from her father's side was a child psychologist and she took part in a lively position in the time of Margaret and her four siblings. It was Meads grandmother who first taught her to figure out the reasons behind younger children's behavior and actions. Moreover, by the age of eleven Mead connected with the Episcopal church due to her fascination of tradition and ritual.