Tag Archives: James P Timilty Middle School

Boylston St: Silencing or Raising Voices?

How ironic.  On the day residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts gathered to commemorate the nation’s first fight for freedom we were reminded of just how precious freedom is.  Patriot’s Day.  A rite of spring in a bold city on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.  Tragedy? Continue reading

The universal barriers of transition…

“I wish for my son the exact same thing that I wish for my daughter,” I said in response to a question posed by an audience member at a WITI event that I spoke at last spring.   The woman asked me ‘what I hoped for’ for my daughter.  “I want them to have the confidence to follow their heart, early.”   From the get go.  No deferrals. Continue reading