Showing posts from March, 2017

The Women's Home Announces Chief Executive Officer

HOUSTON (March 24, 2017) The Women's Home today announced that Anna Dragsbaek will join the organization as its chief executive officer on May 1.   She succeeds Paula Paust who is retiring after 25 years of service.

Nutrition Points to Ponder

by Darra McMullen,Women’s Health Network Writer/Researcher

Pearl Fincher, Philanthropist and Texas Woman Who Made History

Native Texan Pearl Lilley Fincher was born in 1935. She grew up as one of 11 kids to a Baptist preacher and a homemaker in Splendora, TX.  They were extremely poor with most of her siblings and their families staying in the cycle of poverty.  Pearl wanted more.  When she and her husband met and married, between the two of them they had $60 in the bank and working 2 jobs each.  Together they started with a single used automobile business, Fred Fincher Motors in 1959.  At the time of Pearl’s husband’s death in 1996, they had 15 automotive related business operated by their 9 children.