Rachael Carson and Sacagawea – Women Who Made a Difference

  • Presented By: Howard County Conservancy
  • Dates: November 9, 2017
  • Phone: 410-465-8877
  • Time: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Price: $10 per person or $20 per family

What?  You can actually meet Rachael Carson, mother of the environmental movement and marine biologist, and Sacagawea, Lewis and Clark expedition’s Native American guide?  In this dramatic and musical performance, you will be in the same room with these courageous role models as they dare to speak out and take bold action to help solve national and world challenges.  Kate Campbell Stevenson brings 35 years of professional experience in music, theatre and education to create dramatic Women: Back to Future leadership programs.  Her acclaimed one-woman shows entertain, educate and motivate audiences throughout the United States in schools, in U.S Government and Military, and at conferences and conventions. Tickets are $10 per person, or $20 per family.

A life long community activist, Kate served as Board Chair of Empowered Women International from 2009-2013 and was recognized as 2012 and 2015 Maryland Top 100 Women” by The Daily Record, for her significant professional accomplishments, outstanding community leadership, and inspirational mentoring. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Rachel Carson Landmark Alliance.  In 2015 the Maryland State Education Association honored Kate with the MSEA Dorothy Lloyd Women’s Rights Award. The award honors persons, groups, or programs for their accomplishments in the field of girls’ and women’s rights.  Kate is currently featured in the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center’s exhibit Images and Expressions: Maryland Women in the Arts.

Rachael Carson and Sacagawea – Women Who Made a Difference