Let’s inspire young women around the globe and share Victoria Woodhull’s story!
“Knowing about Victoria Woodhull inspires women to be daring, outrageous and creative.” – Gloria Steinem
In an effort to inspire young women in high school, I am curating my 90 minute documentary into an iPad App. The app will be easily digestible “mixtapes” of video interviews that include Gloria Steinem, historians and archive photos of Victoria Woodhull.
Please help me raise the $7500 funds needed to complete this innovative project by ordering an email session. You’ll be able to ask 1 to 2 questions for $65.
Together, we can share the amazing story of Victoria Woodhull and inspire young women around the world.
“Victoria Woodhull came from poverty, had little education and gave birth to her first child at 15 years of age. She went on to make a living as a clairvoyant and met millionaire Cornelius Vanderbilt, who introduced her to influential men. In 1870, causing much jealousy among the Susan B. Anthony crowd, Victoria Woodhull was the first woman to address the House Judiciary Committee. And, in 1872, Woodhull was the first woman to run for US President!”
America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull is available on Amazon.