A Letter to Our Daughters


A Letter To Our Daughters

by Jodi L. Leffingwell Ed D

Genre: Inspirational, Motivational 

In a Letter to Our Daughters, the author took a letter to her daughters from the dedication of another of her books as a message of empowerment, belief, and hope. Every daughter, mother, and woman needs to be reminded that they are a gift to the world with incredible talent and unlimited potential.

Jodi Leffingwell Ed. D holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Walden University, an MBA from Pfeiffer University, and a BA from Providence College. She is a field leader for a global organization, and her focus is on leadership development.

In addition to her current publication, A Letter to Our Daughters, Jodi is publishing a book centered on overcoming the obstacles women face moving from mid-level to senior and executive roles. The book is entitled: Life After Coffee: An Every Women’s Guide to Finding a Seat at the Table in Leadership.

She is an award-winning leader recognized throughout her industry as a thought leader, strategic planner, and developer of talent. Jodi’s passions are to challenge people to think, coach, and lead differently through developing their emotional intelligence and sphere of influence. Nothing gives her more satisfaction than seeing someone reach their potential or grow in their career while loving the job that they do.

Jodi resides by the water in Rhode Island, and her favorite role is being a mom to Abigale and Aubrey and wife to husband, Eric.

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  1. I like the author’s message. The cover is interesting!

  2. I am sure that some people would find this inspiring.

  3. Thank you all. I am proud of this book and the message that it delivers. My hope is that it serves as a source of inspiration.

  4. I wonder if this has been used in settings to help empower girls who might have identity/self-worth issues.


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