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While Ann's live speaking engagements will be sorely missed, her influence lives on and her Twelve Commandments materials will be enjoyed by many for years to come. Each purchase of a poster, DVD, or Ann’s book helps support a modest scholarship for a graduate of Gettys D. Broome High School in Spartanburg, SC who plans to major in elementary education.
16" x 20" four color poster
45 minute presentation featuring Dr. White speaking to a group of 1,500 teachers and educational staff
Published in 1999 by Threadgill Press, 105 pages,
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Ann became one of the nation's most popular speakers with her unique ability to inform as well as entertain. She blended humorous stories with truisms that challenged her audiences to live positively. Ann presented the Twelve Commandments and other related topics to a wide range of audiences in 35 states, Canada, Mexico, and Central and South America. Through her audio and video recordings, audiences and individuals continue to love her powerful message delivered with Southern charm and a down-to-earth style.
Ann's book Twelve Commandments for People Who Work With People has sold tens of thousands of copies, and her poster of the Twelve Commandments adorns the walls of hospitals, classrooms, offices, and boardrooms across the country.
Dr. Ann T. White was a native South Carolinian and made her home in Cowpens, South Carolina where her husband, William, served as mayor for several years. This relationship earned her the title and responsibilities of First Lady. Much to her chagrin, this role caused her to once be dubbed "Miss Moo." But Ann knew how to laugh, how to laugh at herself, and how to help others enjoy God's awesome gift of laughter.