Clinton’s speech to the UN World Conference on Women seems to be a perfectly tailored audience for her message, and that audience can heed her call to action if her speech inspires them. My reaction to Ann Richards, “Democratic Keynote Address at the 1988 Democratic National Convention” on July 19, 1988 was negative; Richards’ delivery seemed very arrogant and critical. She began her speech with insults to her political opponent (a sitting vice-president), based on accent. Richards’ verbal delivery has a very heavy southern drawl, which was somewhat difficult to listen to, but perhaps overemphasized to play to the Atlanta audience. Her non-verbal delivery was very
Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor Vs. Chief Justice John G. Roberts After doing extensive research on each of the nine Supreme Court justices, I would have to say Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor inspired me the most. Sonia Sotomayor was born in Bronx, New York, on June 25, 1954. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in 1976 from Princeton University, graduating Summa Cum Laude (the highest most honorable degrees). Three years after she earned a Juris Doctor Degree from Yale Law School where she served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal. President George H.W.
Recognizing her spirit and aptitude, the area Wal-Mart management team responsible for Betty’s store promoted Ms. Dukes to Customer Service Manager. This was a great achievement for Betty, as it placed her one step closer to her ideal objective, corporate management. Although five years had gone by before reaching this management accomplishment, Betty remained optimistic about the corporate possibilities. In 1999, Betty’s yearn for corporate management was faded as she was demoted from Customer Service Manager back to cashier. In addition to the demotion, Ms. Dukes also incurred a pay cut which brought economic challenges affecting her livelihood.
Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints: Seated Statue of Hatshepsut Women over the past centuries, has have been viewed and looked upon based on their importance in our society. For example, in the last election Mrs. Hillary Clinton was running for the presidential election in the year 2008 as a candidate in the Democratic primary race. . She was a primary candidate for the Democratic Party’s nomination in that year. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines gender roles as "socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women."
the New York City fire, riots, and letters), which hadn’t previously been so. Another big thing is that Women were seen as Republican mothers who were supposed to teach their men how to be good republicans. 2. Describe how the Great Awakening affected both white and black women. Women were able to become not only a part of the church, but leaders in the church.
Madeleine Albright has the distinction and honor of becoming the first women U.S. Secretary of State. She was an outstanding diplomat and a brilliant ambassador, but most all, she was a true inspiration to women. One cannot help but to admire the synchronization between her life as a secretary and a mother. The duality is perfectly aligned with each other. Her political career is an astounding example of the higher capability and intellect of a woman.
3) This was a major accomplishment for all women who fought for equality B. Seneca Falls Convention 1) A convention in Seneca Falls New York organized by a group of Quaker Women discussing the role of women in society. 2) The Declaration of Sentiments was prepared by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. 3) Only 100 out of 300 signed but this was still another step forward for women. C. League of Women Voters (NAWSA) 1) Carrie Chapman Catt was a key woman in winning women’s voting rights. 2) In 1916 she revealed her “Winning Plan” and was backed by the House of Senate.
Ombudsman Program Outcome Measures A Project of the National Association of State Units on Aging Conducted Under the National Long Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center Final Report Prepared by The National Association of State Units on Aging National Long-Term Care Ombudsman Resource Center National Citizens' Coalition for Nursing Home Reform 1828 L Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 Tel: (202) 332-2275, Fax: (202) 332-2949, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org May 2006 Supported by the U.S. Administration on Aging Acknowledgements This project benefited from the sound advice and thoughtful guidance of many individuals who participated in this project between 2000 and 2004. They include members of the Ombudsman Outcomes Work Group: Alice
Samuel McBride L.Pridgen Eng 111-03 04 November 2010 Comparison Paper My Mother Vs President Barrack Obama The USA is a great country to live in. The USA is kept running by different presidents who control and manages the country. I believe that I have a good and stable household that I live in. My house is run by my mother who lays down the rules and me and my sisters follow them. Although the president controls and runs the country and my mom controls one house hold, My moms run the house and President Obama run the country in similar way: the way they work to have a stable home and country , the way they lead and the way they deal with issues.
Ms Nooyi in her pursuit of a management degree attended the prestigious Yale Graduate School of Management (Walsh, F. 2006, Aug 15). From the inception of her career in the U.S. Ms. Nooyi took the advice of one of her professors to be herself and have been successful in doing so. She wore a sari to her first successful interview. • 1980: joined the Boston Consulting Group as director of international corporate strategy projects. • 1986: joined Motorola as the vice-president and director of corporate strategy & planning • 1990: joined Asea Brown Boveri as vice president of corporate strategy and planning (PepsiCo 2014) • 1994: joined PepsiCo (PepsiCo 2014) • 2001: Became a member of board of directors of PepsiCo Inc (Pepsi Co 2014) • 1997: helped made the strategic decision to spin off PepsiCo’s fast food chain.