Presentation on theme: "THROUGHOUT T I M E AMAZING WOMEN. Thanks, Door Tag Idea: Name Tags Submitted by Sher Mahren, Resident Assistant, Marquette University I featured each."— Presentation transcript:
Thanks, Door Tag Idea: Name Tags Submitted by Sher Mahren, Resident Assistant, Marquette University I featured each of my residents within this bulletin board. The theme on my floor this month is, clearly... woman's power (January is Womens History Month). I featured each of my residents within this bulletin board. The theme on my floor this month is, clearly... woman's power (January is Womens History Month). Use this board to help your women realize that the sky's the limit! Hope you enjoy!!
HELEN OF TROY: The face that launched 1,000 ships in Greek Mythology and started the war between the Spartans and Trojans CLEOPATRA 68 BC: The last Pharoh of Egypt, she helped unite the Egyptians and the Greeks
JOAN OF ARC 1412: Leader of the French army and Martyr for the Catholic Religion QUEEN ELIZABETH I: Her 45 years on the throne helped stabilize the English Monarchy
SOJOURNER TRUTH 1797: Spoke out actively against slavery and was an advocate for womens rights. SACAGAWEA 1788: Indian princess who helped Louis & Clark navigate the western United States. Her face is on the US $1 coin.
SUSAN B. ANTHONY 1820: Founder of the National Womens Suffrage Association ClaraBarton1821:Founded the Red Cross VICTORIA WOODHULL 1838: First woman to run for President of the US
ANNIE OAKLEY 1860: American woman sharpshooter MARIE CURIE 1867: Pioneer in Physics & a twice honored Nobel Laurette
HELEN KELLER 1880: Overcame blindness and deafness to live a full and rewarding life COCO CHANEL 1883: Trend setter and entrepreneur
GEORGIA OKEEFE 1887: Famous American artist AMELIA EARHART 1897: First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic KATHERINE HEPBURN 1907: Famous American Screen Actress
MOTHER TERESA 1910: Dedicated her life to the service of others. Winner of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize MARGARET THATCHER 1925: First woman Prime Minister of Britain
MARILYN MONROE 1926: Famous American Screen Actress LIZCLAIBORNE1929:FashionDesigner ANNE FRANK: Jewish refugee during World War II and author
SANDA DAY OCONNOR 1930: First woman to serve the US Supreme Court TONI MORRISON 1931: Winner of the Nobel Prize for Best American Author
JANE GOODALL 1934: Primate Anthropologist and scientist BILLIE JEAN KING 1943: Tennis star who gave a new name to Womans Professional sports
BENAZIR BHUTTO 1953: First woman to rule a Muslim State CHRISTAMcAULIFFE 1948:First school teacher in space OPRAH WINFREY 1954: Philanthropist & talk show host
PRINCESS DIANA 1961: Princess of Wales & AIDS Activist NADIA COMANECI: Romanian Gymnast who received 5 perfect scores in the 1976 Olympics SERENA & VENUS WILLIAMS 1981: American Woman Tennis Stars