Leslie Richards goes on record with Ellen Snortland to discuss the origin of the National Women's History Alliance and the significance of Women’s History Month for women and girls today.
Ellen has her Juris doctorate from Loyola Law School, and is an author, lecturer, playwright, filmmaker, and writing coach for local and internationally based clients.
A long-time woman's rights advocate, Ellen is a blogger for the Huffington Post and Ms. Magazine, has been featured on NPR and has written for many major market newspapers. Ellen's acclaimed one woman show, Now That She's Gone, is a comic memoir about growing up Norwegian-American in Colorado and South Dakota. She has attended several United Nations World Conferences, and annual UN meetings as an NGO delegate, self-defense advocate and journalist.
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