The Resource How Jane won : 55 successful women share how they grew from ordinary girls to extraordinary women, Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman

How Jane won : 55 successful women share how they grew from ordinary girls to extraordinary women, Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman

Label
How Jane won : 55 successful women share how they grew from ordinary girls to extraordinary women
Title
How Jane won
Title remainder
55 successful women share how they grew from ordinary girls to extraordinary women
Statement of responsibility
Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
646.7/0083
Index
index present
LC call number
HQ777
LC item number
.R56 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Label
How Jane won : 55 successful women share how they grew from ordinary girls to extraordinary women, Sylvia Rimm with Sara Rimm-Kaufman
Publication
Note
  • Companion vol. to: See Jane win
  • Includes index
Contents
  • 1. Searching for new identities --
  • 2. The lawmakers and adjudicators. Christine Whitman, governor of New Jersey -- Nydia M. Velázquez, U.S. Congresswoman from New York -- Mary Previte, New Jersey state assemblywoman and adminisrator of Camden County Youth Center -- Sandra Day O'Connor, associate justice of the United States Supreme Court -- Shelley Berkley, U.S. Congresswoman from Nevada -- Kay Bailey Hutchison, U.S. Senator from Texas -- Wilma P. Mankiller, principal chief of the Cherokee Nation -- Barbara Cubin, U.S. Congresswoman from Wyoming -- Martha Coakley, district attorney of Middlesex County, Massachusetts -- Martha Lindner, managing law partner --
  • 3. The shatterers of glass ceilings. Cathleen Black, president of Hearst Magazines -- Marva Collins, founder of Urban Preparatory School, Chicago -- Tamara Minick-Scokalo, marketing director, Procter & Gamble -- Phyllis Grann, CEO, Penguin/Putnam Worldwide Publishing Group -- Charlotte Oto, senior vice president and global public affairs officer, Procter & Gamble -- Patricia Seybold, founder and CEO, The Patricia Seybold Group -- Annik LaFarge, senior vice president and e-publisher of Contentville.com -- Katherine Hudson, president and CEO, Brady Corporation, Milwaukee -- Connie Matsui, senior vice president, planning and resource development, IDEC Pharmaceuticals, and national president, Girl Scouts USA -- Marilyn Carlson Nelson, CEO, Carlson Companies -- Marsha Evans, executive director, Girl Scouts USA, and retired Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy -- Sandra Labas Fenwick, chief operating officer of Children's Hospital, Boston -- Merle Waxman, associate dean, Ombudsperson, and director of the Office for Women in Medicine, Yale Medical School --
  • 4. The healers and discoverers. Eileen Collins, NASA astronaut and space shuttle commander -- Cady Coleman, Ph.D., NASA astronaut -- Alexa Canady, M.D., pediatric neurosurgeon, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit -- Lilian Gonsalves, M.D., psychiatrist, The Cleveland Clinic -- Susan Lemagie, M.D., obstetrician-gynecologist and women's health activist -- Camellia Okpodu, Ph.D., plant physiologist and assistant professor -- Teresa Culver, Ph.D., civil engineer and associate professor -- Sosamma Berger, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine, biochemistry, and oncology, Case Western Reserve University --
  • 5. The nurturers. Jan Dorman, homemaker and community leader -- Roberta Baldwin, homemaker and community volunteer -- Jeanette Ives Erickson, senior vice president of patient care services and chief of nursing, Massachusetts General Hospital -- Pauline Robitaille, nurse and director of surgical services and winner of the 1997 Outstanding Achievement in Perioperative Nursing Management Award -- Lisa Hayes-Taylor, nationally certified elementary schoolteacher -- Elizabeth Dabrowski, chemistry teacher at Magnificat Catholic Girls High School -- Frances A. Karnes, Ph.D., profession of special education and director of the Frances A. Karnes Center for Gifted Studies, University of Southern Mississippi --
  • 6. The artists and musicians. Mary Grand Pré, illustrator -- Frances B. Bayless, wildlife photographer -- Rodene Brchan, graphic artist -- Martha Aarons, flutist, Cleveland Symphony Orchestra -- Pamela Frank, nationally acclaimed solo violinist --
  • 7. The communicators. Jane Pauley, anchor, NBC News and Dateline -- Florence Henderson, singer, mother on The Brady Bunch, and NBC television host -- Deborah Roberts, correspondent, ABC's 20/20 newsmagazine -- Catherine Callaway, CNN reporter and Headline News anchor -- Janice Huff, meteorologist, NBC -- Janet Schiller, national television producer for NBC's Today -- Cindy Beckler, producer for CNN -- Norine G. Johnson, Ph.D., clinical psychologist and president of the American Psychological Association -- Frances Culbertson, Ph.D., psychologist and American Psychological Association Lifetime Achievement Award winner -- Kathleen Dunn, public radio host -- Lesley Seymour, editor in chief, Redbook magazine -- Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of a New York Times best-seller
Control code
44632998
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 351 p.
Isbn
9780609607589
Lccn
00058929

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