Futures Inspired Featuring: The Unexpected Pathways Project

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Anne Sourbeer Morris, Ed.D.

July 22, 2014

Update: Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce

We are pleased to announce the inclusion of Melissa Wittner as an Unexpected Pathways author.  Melissa is Vice President of Information Technology at a prestigious firm in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Learn about Melissa’s journey navigating unchartered waters in a male-dominated profession. Read more about our chapter authors! Visit our Celebrating the Women of Unexpected Pathways section! Visit us frequently for updates and more chapter author introductions!

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July 19, 2014

Update: Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce

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Tina Ketchie Stearns

“So long thongs,” says Tina Ketchie Stearns!  Let us introduce you to Tina and to Bonnie Dawn Clark! This week’s featured chapter authors! Tina, Bonnie, and the women of Unexpected Pathways will offer compelling stories of courage, determination, perseverance!   Read more about our chapter authors! Visit our Celebrating the Women of Unexpected Pathways section! Visit us frequently for updates and more chapter author introductions!

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Bonnie Dawn Clark

  June 14, 2014

Update: Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce

Please be introduced to our second “Unexpected Pathways” author Winifred Quire Giddings, MA., C.P.C. To read more about “Coach Winnie” and to preview her chapter, visit the “Celebrating the Women of Unexpected Pathways” section of our website www.futuresinspired.com.  Visit us frequently for updates and more chapter author introductions!

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June 9, 2014

Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce …

 

The Unexpected Pathways project is well underway!  In the coming weeks we will begin to introduce the dynamic and diverse group of women who will share stories of determination, inspiration, perseverance, and resilience; as they relate their career journey in Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce! Please visit our Celebrating the Women of Unexpected Pathways” section frequently for updates and introductions! We are proud to introduce our first author, Patricia A. McGlynn, Ph.D.!

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Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce - Research Survey

Anne Sourbeer Morris, Ed.D., 2013

 Research

Supported by internationally driven research, targeting 100,000 women (our inspired vision), we seek to tell the stories of a diverse, multi-generational group of dynamic women, in our upcoming book titled Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce. We welcome all women aged 20 to 120, regardless of current work status, to participate in the supporting research.

As of June 2014, women aged 20-90 from 50 states and those having worked or lived in in 20 nations and the District of Columbia, have participated in our Unexpected Pathways research! We continue to seek responses from women throughout the USA and … from women all over the world!

We are sincerely grateful for your participation! We are humbled by the support for The Unexpected Pathways Project.

Be Inspired!

Dr. Anne

Contact [email protected]. Our research - the Unexpected Pathways survey - will continue indefinitely as we add richness to our data.

Take the Survey!

 

Available: January 2015

 

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Inspirations by Dr. Anne

 

Inspirations by Anne Sourbeer Morris, Ed.D.

AKA: Dr. Anne

AKA: Grand Teacher Morris

Be inspired!

“Create Futures by Inspiring Futures!”  September 12, 2012

 

“Live your hours so that your days are great!” July 12, 2014

 

“Stereotyping diminishes us all … Authenticity empowers us all … Be inspired … Empower authenticity!” July 8, 2014

 

“Face your fear and banish it!  Seek to understand yourself and soar! Be inspired … Author YOUR destiny!” June 25, 2014

 

“Here you are! Yes YOU!  Years ago, you embarked upon a pathway to a future that you defined. Did you land where you expected?” The Unexpected Pathways Project, June 17, 2014

 

“Encourage! … Empower! … Energize! … Evolve! Inspire and be inspired!” June 14, 2014

 

“Keep the YOU in YOUng! Be YOUng in spirit! Be YOUng in thought!  Be YOUng in action!  Be YOUthful! Be forever YOUng! Be forever YOU! June 9, 2014

 

“Cling to faith – cling to hope. Change direction, strategy, or perspective. Your destiny, victory – your peace awaits around the corner.” May 9, 2014

 

“Knowledge is power that no one can take away from you … EVER! … Inspire the future!” May 5, 2014

 

“Look for inspiration in life! Be inspired to become the person that you have dreamed of becoming.  The power is within you!” March 16, 2014

 

“Reach to the past for understanding, to innovate in the present, and to inspire the future!” March 14, 2014

 

“Good enough is not enough! Strive for excellence in all you do! … The future – our youth – are observing you!” October 22, 2013

 

“Thought for the night … Don’t wish that you ‘should have’ … Live! Be inspired!” October 21, 2013

 

“Evidene of your having LIVED remains in every life you touch!” October 11, 2013

 

“Educators strive to teach cooperation, collaboration, and consensus building, yet the leaders who should be the mentors of youth model bickering, bullying, and blame.”  October 4, 2013

 

“Even when you don’t think you can, TRY! You may astonish yourself!” August 26, 2013

 

“The school counselor is a leader and an advocate, somethimes becoming the voice of those who cannot or will not speak; and many times, enabling the voice of those who, through guidance and support, gain the courage to self-advocate. School counselors are leaders who facilitate courage in those they serve.” July 27, 2013

 

“Have the courage to do the right thing, to tell the truth; to respect, protect, and help others; to strive to do the best you can; and to be the best that you can be! Grand Teacher Morris July 17, 2013

 

“Thoughout for the day: Genuine friendship and love are ageless! Cherish friendship and love. Cherish yourself with this limitless gift!” June 9, 2013

 

“Thought for the night: Don’t wish that you “should have” … Live!  Be inspired!” May 31, 2013

 

“Inspiration comes from the world around us and from the world within us!” May 11, 2013

 

“Thrive in 2013! Be inspired by life! Create your future … Live your passion!” January 2, 2013

 

“Inspire and be inspired!” August 22, 2012

 

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Unexpected Pathways Update!

The Unexpected Pathways project is well underway!  In the coming weeks we will begin to introduce the dynamic and diverse group of women who will share stories of determination, inspiration, perseverance, and resilience; as they relate their career journey in Unexpected Pathways: The Journeys of Women in the Workforce! Please visit our “Celebrating the Women of Unexpected Pathways” section frequently for updates and introductions! We are proud to introduce our first author, Patricia A. McGlynn, Ph.D.!

Please be introduced to our second “Unexpected Pathways” author Winifred Quire Giddings, MA., C.P.C. To read more about “Coach Winnie” and to preview of her chapter, visit the “Celebrating the Women of Unexpected Pathways” section of our website  at www.futuresinspired.com.  Visit us frequently for updates and more chapter author introductions!

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Keep the YOU in YOUng!

“Keep the YOU in YOUng! Be YOUng in sprit! Be YOUng in thought! Be YOUng in action! Be YOUthful! Be forever YOUng! Be forever YOU!” Anne Sourbeer Morris, April 23, 2014.

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Creating Safe Havens: Addressing Crisis

Anne Sourbeer Morris, Ed.D.

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December 17, 2012

In light of the tragedy in Connecticut, we have gathered a number of crisis response resources from a variety of professional organizations.  It is our hope that the information will be of assistance to students, parents, counselors, and educators.

National Tragedy: Helping Children Cope

http://www.nasponline.org/resources/crisis_safety/terror_general.aspx

Talking to Children about Violence

http://www.nasponline.org/resources/handouts/revisedPDFs/                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    talkingviolence.pdf

Listen, Protect, Connect … Model, Teach

http://www.ready.gov/sites/default/files/documents/files/                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PFA_SchoolCrisis.pdf

Helping Children Navigate in a Violent World

http://www.tolerance.org

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

http://www.samhsa.gov/trauma/?from=carousel&position=1&date=12142012#TipsChildren

American Psychological Association

http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/aftermath.aspx

American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

http://www.aacap.org/

North Carolina School Counselor Association

http://www.ncschoolcounselor.org

ASCA American School Counselor Association

www.schoolcounselor.org

The Crisis Management Institute

http://www.cmionline.com/free-resources/

 

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Sample Chapter — Legacy of Six

Enjoy reading a preview of Anne’s upcoming book, Living Legacies … Inspire the Future! The Legacy of Six,  first appeared in 2010, as a chapter in Sunshine Sisters: A Celebration of Legacies written by Molly (www.LegacyProducers.com).  The Legacy of Six will soon be transformed into an inspirational book written by Anne Sourbeer Morris. For more information, contact Anne at [email protected].

Click here to download the preview!

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Exploring Career and Technical Educator’s Attitudes

Dr. Sourbeer Morris completed her five-year doctoral journey in 2011, with the publication of the dissertation Exploring Career and Technical Educator’s Attitudes: The Participation of Girls in Nontraditional Programs of Study. The Executive Summary provides an overview of the research.  For additional information contact Anne at [email protected]

Click here for the Executive Summary in PDF format!

 

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