Sally Daniel holds a Master of Art's in Community Psychology from Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas.
Her professional interest is continuing to learn about career opportunities in the technological fields.
"Who knew that so many jobs existed in fields I had not even heard of before? I am also very interested in learning how women can increase their spatial skills. By increasing this skill, women can find any visually-focused endeavor (such as engineering, architecture or welding) much easier."
When she's not at The Women's Center, Sally is transitioning from being a mom since her two sons are now grown. She enjoy hands-on activities such as refinishing wood and painting. She really enjoyed the Women in Welding class and hope to take some more welding classes in the near future. "Melting metal is definitely empowering!"
"The Women's Center is a place for options. When I was growing up, women's career options were very limited. I didn't want to do any of those things! I wish I had had a women's center to present the full array of options truly available AND to provide the support I would have needed to choose one of the less-traditional options."
"I tend not to use the word "equality" nearly as much as I use "equity" to summarize my hope for the world. We should look at the ways we can be fair to all people - which means that we must consider their individual differences. If we had a world ruled by equity, we would encourage each person to share their strengths with the whole, knowing that none of us are strong in all ways. We would treat people as if each of them had an important piece to the puzzle we are completing."