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You have reached the maximum number of selection. You can select only upto 4 items to compare. This is a fascinating biography of an exceptional woman who was the epitome of what a strong, confident, capable woman can accomplish when challenged.
Oveta Culp Hobby was born in and died in She was raised in Killeen, Texas, now home to Fort Hood, and she had a distinguished career in the military. Later, she was appointed as Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare in the Eisenhower administration, becoming only the second woman in history to hold such a position. Oveta split her time and her energies between Washington and Houston, where she worked with her husband, former Texas governor William P.
Hobby, running their businesses that included the Houston Post newspaper and radio and TV stations. Considering all her achievements, I found it surprising that this is the first biography to be written about her. As a woman in nontraditional roles, she faced a lot of challenges, but overcame them to achieve great success. What an inspiration that can be to young women today who might be seeing the limitations that are still prevalent in too many places.