Each week, the Bookwoman blog introduces one of our members. At the WNBA, we embrace the diverse backgrounds and varied interests of our members. Learning more about each other through the weekly “Power Behind the WNBA” interview series allows us to become more connected. Meet this week’s interviewee: Paula Watts, WNBA-Nashville!
The member diversity in the WNBA makes our goal of connecting, educating, advocating, and leading possible. As bookwomen, we believe “Books Have Power.” The Bookwoman welcomes Tabitha Whissemore (WNBA-DC) to the “Power Behind the WNBA” interview series! Tell us about yourself. For three years, I have been president of the Washington, D.C., chapter of the WNBA. At […]
Fifty years ago, the Women’s National Book Association – San Francisco was founded by Effie Lee Morris, a groundbreaking librarian and educator. She recognized the power of literacy and education in overcoming racism, inequality, and poverty. To celebrate fifty fabulous years, the WNBA-SF hosted an event at the San Francisco public library in March 2018 […]
The member diversity in the WNBA makes our goal of connecting, educating, advocating, and leading possible. As bookwomen, we believe “Books Have Power.” The Bookwoman welcomes Catherine Jardines (WNBA-Charlotte) to the “Power Behind the WNBA” interview series! Tell us about yourself. My name is Catherine Jardines. I’m the president of the Charlotte chapter of the WNBA. By […]
When I was growing up, we moved about every five years. That meant I was always the “new kid on the block” and the new kid in grammar school, junior high, and high school. Always entering a room, a group, an activity filled with people who had known each other for a long time and […]