What participants say
|| Post presentation evaluations ask:
What did you like best?
Suggestions for next time?
What was new for you?
Parents of girls
"I was impressed with your ability to capture the listener's attention from the very first word! Each issue was presented with lightning clarity and in an engaging style." Michele Graci (Mother and health educator), VT
"Virginia brings remarkable depth of knowledge and professional experience to her presentation.
As a mother, public health nurse and clergy spouse, I found her to be a wonderful resource."
Lynne Schweppe (Mother, nurse and Pastor's wife), IL
"As a PhD candidate, I appreciated the way that you integrated reliable statistics. On a personal note, upon completion of your presentation, I think that I actually had a paradigm shift. I am grateful for your ideas." Kimberlie J. Warren (Mother and PhD candidate), IN
Young women: early teen to college years
"She was very informative, was very down-to-earth and knew what she was talking about." (College student)
"She was inspirational and intelligent and I respected her for coming and talking to us." (Middle school student)
"Interesting. She involved us in the discussion and I understood what she was trying to teach us." (High school student)
"She was able to bring the concerns to a personal level without scaring us." (11th grader)
"I would love to hear her speak again. Was factual and funny." (9th grader)
What did you learn that was new?
"I learned the qualities I would like to have as a woman."(10th grader)
"I learned that fear is an important signal, not a cowardly act" (College student)
Professionals and Mentors
"Of all the programs I attended, I most appreciated yours." (Nurse practitioner)
"PowerPoint presentation was superb." (Midwife)
"Inspirational!" (School Wellness Coordinator)
"Well prepared speaker and interesting topic." (AAUW member)
"We need more of this." (Teacher)
"A very engaging speaker. Captivating visuals, but more importantly, rich content." (Women's Studies Professor)
"Although a professional presentation, your presentation meant so much to me as a mother." (YWCA staff director)
Parents and girls together (After Mother-Daughter Workshop)
"The exercises led to listening, talking and a great opening to important dialog"
"I loved being able to hear my daughter's thoughts. Exercises brought out some very interesting points."
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