Triumphs Of A Little Girl by Dr. Ingrid J. Benjamin Ph.D.
From Poverty to Uncertainty to Success through Adaptability
The author shares a memoir and workbook on the Triumphs of a Little Girl
Dr. Ingrid J. Benjamin Ph.D. shares her personal triumphs to encourage youths to challenge themselves to achieve their goals. In Triumphs of a Little Girl, readers will witness how a little girl from the Ghetto fought and made tremendous sacrifices in pursuit of her dream of a different life. She releases both a memoir and a workbook so others will see, understand and learn what she went through, and can also create their own strategies to jump-start their plans for success.
Triumphs of a Little Girl, the spellbinding, award-winning memoir, is a true story of a little girl who was born into abject poverty in a world that was totally unprepared for her. It chronicles the author’s journey through childhood and the metamorphic changes through her turbulent adolescence years as she transitioned into adulthood. It’s an incredible story of adaptability, true grit, and unwavering will to succeed in an uncertain world.
The workbook for Triumphs of a Little Girl unveils a powerful, creative and challenging tool to help readers jump-start their plans for a successful life. It’s an introduction to a new approach to the way in which people make decisions that will bring their life plans into fruition. It is her hope that this workbook will be used as a guide to inspire youths to make decisions that will enable them to succeed in all areas of their life.
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About the Author
Dr. Ingrid J. Benjamin is an award-winning educator. She began her journey from humble beginnings in Guyana. She felt magnetically drawn towards education as she worked hard and made plans for a different life when she grew up. She attended many institutions of higher learning The positions she held in academia include Science teacher, Head of Science Department, Licensed School and Substance Abuse Counselor, Director of Guidance, Dean of Studies, Associate Professor and many more. She also received numerous awards including Teacher of the Year. During her journey as an educator, she had the opportunity to work with students from several cultures around the world. She taught in North and South America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East. She worked with students from kindergarten through college. Thinking about her humble beginnings, with the support of her grandmother and mentors, she can truly say. “It takes a village.” She cherishes those blessings God bestowed upon her and is grateful for the mentors and the many strangers who stopped and lifted her up. She is married and lives with her family in the USA.