Ann Atkins Presents: Eleanor Roosevelt's Life of
Soul Searching and Self Discovery
Eleanor defies a post war return to status quo and establishes the Universal Declaration of Human Rights within the UN. She earns her way to being named “First Lady of the World.”
The audacity of this woman to live out her own destiny challenges us to do the same. After all, it’s not about Eleanor Roosevelt. Her story is history. Her life shows us how to live.
Ann writes the stories of authentic people - renowned or unknown. Portraying the power in a noble cause, these stories give guidance and inner strength to anyone struggling in their own journey. As Ann says, “After all, it’s not about someone else’s story, that’s history. It’s about us.” Her first biography, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Life of Soul Searching and Self Discovery, challenges readers to transform their own life.
Ann’s journey has included living and working in Korea, England, and Germany while her career has included teaching college classes, counseling and being director of a family support center.
Ann lives in the Greater Philadelphia Area with her best friend, her husband Ed Atkins. They have raised a blended family of five children.
Saturday, October 25th at 10:30am
Fact & Fiction Downtown