Harpeth Hall School

Nashville, TN
March 2, 2009

Harpeth Hall"Thank you so very much for your rousing speech at Harpeth Hall.  I am a teacher of 6th graders and I am happy to report that they were every bit as inspired, excited...by your talk as were the seniors. Thank you for providing such a wonderful role model to our girls. I truly hope that one of them WILL be a President of the United States one day."
Rebecca Davis
Harpeth Hall School, March 2009

Harpeth Hall"I so enjoyed your encouraging words for our young women here at Harpeth Hall. Your style and sense of humor served to enhance your message about leadership within. The video clip was especially inspiring. Connecting for this brief period with women in our global community was powerful. Learning that these strong women have the same struggles and concerns that we have was affirming."
Kelly Brandes
Harpeth Hall School, March 2009

"I cannot tell you how much my students and I enjoyed your speech! () I spoke with some of my girls after your visit, and we all agreed that your humor, insight, and experience made your presentation entirely enjoyable and thought-provoking.  We certainly learned a lot from you, and we hope that you will return to HH one day soon!
Jessie Yancey
Harpeth Hall School, March 2009

Harpeth Hall
"They (the students) were empowered by your words.  We are working very hard as a 5th grade team to provide leadership opportunities for our 5th grade girls.  Even at their level and at the end of the day, I had several girls specifically come up to me and comment on how meaningful your speech was to them.  One girl told me, "I really liked what she said about leaders providing a compass."  Thank you for taking the time to come to Nashville."  
Anne Riegle
Harpeth Hall School, March 2009

"I just wanted you to know how much your presentation this week meant to me, especially as you captured the attributes of a strong leader.  I hope we have a chance in the future to pursue this topic even more."
Marees Choppin
Co Dept Chair Modern and Ancient Languages

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