April 14, 2015
Karolina Widerström - SheHeroes In STEM Series!

Karolina Widerström, born in 1856, enjoyed a long and productive career not only as a physician but also as a politician and a champion of women’s rights. Her father, a physiotherapist, encouraged his daughter to follow in his footsteps, which she did. However, Widerström soon realised that she wanted to go into medicine. Women were […]

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March 31, 2015
The Munitionettes of World War I - SheHeroes In STEM Series!

This week’s post is a little different, instead of focusing on one named SheHero I want to write a about the SheHeroes who worked in the munitions factories during the First World War, whose names have been forgotten; the Munitionettes. I have recently been able to look into the role these women fulfilled and find out […]

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March 12, 2014
102 Years of Girl Scouts

It seems only fitting that we would celebrate the 102nd birthday of The Girls Scouts of America right in the middle of Women’s History Month. After all, few organizations have included such a large number of the most successful and famous women in history. Women who have taken the Girl Scout pledge include everyone from Lynda […]

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July 1, 2013
The 26th Amendment

July 1st is the day we celebrate the passing of The 26th Amendment which lowered the voting age from 21 to 18, allowing millions of young people to participate actively in the democratic process and to have a powerful voice in shaping the future of our country. The 26th Amendment was passed faster than any Constitutional […]

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November 12, 2012
Women in Politics: Good For SheHeroes Everywhere

One of the first real jobs I had when I branched into the world of social media, was for an organization the focused on supporting and encouraging women candidates running for office at all levels of office. From school boards to Senate and Gubernatorial races across the nation. I had the opportunity to interview many […]

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June 11, 2012
Happy Birthday Jeanette Rankin

Today we celebrate the birthday of SheHero Jeanette Rankin. Rankin's place in women's and American history is pivotal. Jeanette Pickering Rankin was the first woman elected to the United States House of Representatives and the first female member of the Congress. She was known as the Lady of the House.

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April 19, 2012
S.E. Hinton and The SheHeroes I Wish I’d Known

Recently while snuggled up with my kids looking for a movie to watch I came across the very beginning of the classic movie (and one of my personal favorites) The Outsiders. The Outsiders was of course based on the young adult novel of the same name by author S.E. Hinton. S.E. Hinton was a favorite […]

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March 8, 2012
Happy International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day and here at SheHeroes we are happy to be celebrating by taking part in the ThirdAnnual Blog for International Women’s Day. Today is the day when bloggers, writers, and humanitarian organizations write about the International Women’s Day annual theme.

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January 11, 2012
Inspiring Whenever and Wherever We Can

Of the different things I do at my kid’s school throughout the year my favorite is by far volunteering in the library twice a week. Once with each of my children’s classes. One weekly visit with my son’s third grade class and one visit with my daughter’s first grade class.

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May 20, 2011
SheHeroes in History: Susanna Madora Salter

Here at SheHeroes we not only love to share stories about SheHeroes out and about making the world a better place today, but we also love to share stories of SheHeroes from history. One of my personal favorite SheHeroes in history, America's first female mayor. As it turned out America’s first female mayor holds another […]

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