Meet Mae Krier, 95, one of the youngest of the original Rosie's, when she was hired by Boeing in Seattle, WA, to work as a riveter building B-17 and B-29 bombers.
One of Mae's lifelong wishes was for the Rosie the Riveters to have their own national day of recognition. When Twilight Wish, an organization that grants wishes for seniors heard about it, it was full steam ahead.
Thus began a series of incredible events that launched greater awareness and worldwide appreciation and respect for the women of the Rosie the Riveters wartime efforts.
Join me on the path with Mae Krier and Cass Forkin, Founder of Twilight Wish, as they share this powerful story of how one dream brought two total strangers together. You will hear how their courage, resilience and grit transformed the world's perception of women, and the difference and impact they can make, forever.
If you would like to find out more about either the Rosie the Riveter effort or Twilight Wish you can reach Cass via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply by reaching out to her at 215.534.0402.
For more about Twilight Wish, you can also visit her website by clicking the link below
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I am a children's author, motivational speaker, Tedx Presenter and Podcast host and producer. I love people and strive everyday to inspire others through the sharing of one another's stories.
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Finally, a heartfelt thank you goes out to Liam Graham and Anna Yanessa for providing the musical soundtrack for our show!
Thanks as always for your support and can't wait until next time!
See you on the path!