Read and Share – Making ‘herstory’, Thanks to Teachers


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First time on my blog. I love to read. Sometimes I do comment. But most of the times I am a silent reader but love to share.

My mom passed this on to me, and I thought it was a great example of the impact a group of women have made, as well as the first time I’ve seen the term ‘herstory’. Hope you enjoy it!

It starts with… In this last week of Women’s History month, I’d like to pay tribute to women teachers who inspired me to at least try to make “herstory” by following their admonition: “Those to whom much is given, much is expected.” (Note: Herstory is a word coined by those who felt women were left out of “history.”)

About Tamra Johnson

I’m an entrepreneur and a recent MBA graduate from UCLA Anderson. I have 10 years of experience in IT Management and Systems Engineering. I love learning, helping others, exploring the world around me, running at the beach, going to concerts, and visiting family and friends. I grew up in Helotes, Texas, went to undergrad in Cambridge, MA, and now live in Venice, CA.
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