The Roar of a Woman Author, Chairidee Smith Dedicates Her First Book to Oren Dunn Museum
Chairidee Smith, also known as “Ms. Mogul®,” had the honor of dedicating book The Roar Of A Woman to the Oren Dunn Museum in her childhood hometown of Tupelo, MS. Smith was also honored with the Key To The City of Tupelo from City Councilwoman Nettie Davis of Ward 4 and the Honorable Mayor Jason Shelton.
Noted for her work with women’s leadership and empowerment and for giving hurting women hope, Smith’s newest book, ‘The Roar of a Woman,’ gives the reader a raw, unfiltered look into her life of struggle with childhood domestic violence. Smith also shares the details of her own abusive marriage, his incarceration, and what it’s like to lose everything.
Smith was interviewed about her book and museum dedication on WTVA News 9 in Tupelo, MS with anchor, Katrina Berry on Friday, July 27, 2018, during the morning segment.
The book is available online at chairidee.com to the delight of readers everywhere. From this book, Ms. Smith developed (2) leadership courses and speaking topics, “Lead Like A Lioness” and “Power Is Not Masculine.”
Click here to view photos from Smith’s dedication and being honored by the City of Tupelo, MS.
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