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Motherhood Talk Radio presents Bob Woolsey, advocate for women, Aug. 3rd

Bob Woolsey graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 1978 with a major in Speech Communications. He then joined the U.S. Coast Guard where he served with several honors. He has owned internet companies, manufacturing and unique companies who under Bob’s tutelage became very successful and some not so successful. His most successful company is a week long acting camp for children between the ages of 5 and 12 with camp all around the western part of the country.

Bob Woolsey, Women Are Our Future, Advocacy for WomenHe has made movies, been an actor, professor and a paralegal. He has given speeches ranging from acting in film to film history to the future of new media. Recently, he has been speaking about the virtues of women running the world.

He was sexually abused as a child.  He has spoken to over 100,000 people on the issues and has sat down and spoke to over 1,000 women one to one regarding this issue. He understands what has gone on with those who are first victims then survivors and then hopefully thrivers. He speaks at colleges regarding this issue as well.

His mother helped raise a young man who was on the both debate team and the rape crisis team in college.  Bob is also one of the few males who know where most of the women’s battered shelters are located.

Bob believes if women ran the world rather than rule it, we would have a better place to live. He believes women have the ability to share, respect and speak the truth.

Paul Petersen, formerly an actor with the Donna Reed Show and now a child advocate says this of Bob, “When Bob Woolsey feels the need to rally the troops around a just cause it’s a good idea to pay attention. Core issues that affect us all are on Bob’s table, and none more important than the Gender Issue.

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