Allison Rupert is currently completing her B.A. at the University of Washington, Seattle, with a focus on Dance and Education. After completion of her degree Rupert is then completing her Masters in Teaching with an emphasis in elementary education at the University of Washington. Rupert is interested in incorporating movement into daily curriculum to enhance learning. She is also interested in working with underprivileged children in the Seattle school district. She plans to pursue her ELS endorsement (English language learner/ English as a second language) as well as a dance endorsement.
Beverly Loraine Greene, believed to be the first African American woman architect in the United States, was born in Chicago, Illinois on October 4, 1915. She grew up in Chicago and was raised by her father, James A. Greene, a lawyer, and her mother, Vera … Read MoreBeverly Loraine Greene (1915-1957)