Meg Anderson is a teacher from Bellevue, Washington. She has a Master in Teaching with an emphasis on Spanish from the University of Washington in Seattle. Her undergraduate degree is in Spanish and Portuguese Studies, also from UW.
The Phyllis Wheatley Women’s Clubs were named after Phyllis Wheatley, an enslaved poet who lived from 1753 to 1784. The first Phyllis Wheatley Women’s Club was established in 1895 in Nashville, Tennessee. The founders sought to improve the status of African American women in American … Read MorePhyllis Wheatley Women’s Clubs (1895- )