FROM SHARECROPPER'S DAUGHTER TO COLLEGE PRESIDENT
As a child, Ms. Simmons told one of her classmates that someday she would be the president of a college. That was a remarkable statement coming from the twelfth child of Texas sharecroppers. Little did she know that it would be the presidency of one of the most respected schools in the country. She is the first African-American woman to head a top-ranked college or university. Since female presidents -- specifically African-American female college presidents -- are rare, let's explore what happened.
SOMETHING TO SMILE ABOUT Author: Zig Ziglar SRP: Php85 (215 Pages) Available at PCBS (Phil. Christian Book Store) Landline #: (02) 531-5508 Mobile #: 09233472629 (Monday-Friday) Mobile #: 09222447592 (Saturday-Sunday)