Coaches Guide To Women's Basketball (Sagamore Sports Series)

Coaches Guide To Women's Basketball (Sagamore Sports Series)

Nancy Lieberman Robin Roberts / Nov 26, 2020

Coaches Guide To Women s Basketball Sagamore Sports Series None

  • Title: Coaches Guide To Women's Basketball (Sagamore Sports Series)
  • Author: Nancy Lieberman Robin Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780915611614
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Nancy Lieberman Robin Roberts

        I was born in Elizabeth New Jersey in 1955 In 1964 my family made a radical decision to relocate to Kailua Hawaii where I went to school barefoot, took hula lessons and learned to play the ukulele In 1969 we moved again to Los Altos California, which at that time was the verdant apricot capital of the United States Valley I attended Los Altos High School in the early 1970 s, a time when public schools in California had a reputation for excellence and few parents sent their children to private school I went on to Vassar College, which had recently turned coed, and spent my junior year abroad in Florence Italy where I became conversant in Italian and enad by Renaissance painting When I graduated from college in 1977 I moved to New York City, where I lived ever since, and began a career in the arts In 1983, I naively started a business My new business partner and I opened Lieberman and Saul Gallery in Soho and specialized in photography We were lucky in that we were early comers to a field that was to explode over the next decade and we were able to make a name for ourselves I left the business in 1991 after my daughter was born, having made the difficult decision to devote time to being a mother Over the next ten years I wore various hats in the art photography world, including that of curator, appraiser and auction house specialist After navigating my way through the complexities of the admissions process, my daughter was admitted to a New York City private school No sooner had we settled in than I was called upon to head up the annual fund raising auction, chair the Parent s Association and join the Board of Trustees These experiences opened my eyes to a world I had never known existed the world of privileged, neurotic New York parents obsessed with their children s education I ve always been a voracious reader and, like many, often found myself thinking that, one day, I would love to write a novel After my daughter was admitted to school and the dreaded process was behind me, I frequently regaled dinner guests with amusing admissions anecdotes and discovered that people were fascinated by my stories and also anxious to share their equally outrageous tales Inevitably, each of these conversations ended with my saying something like this could be a novel My husband, having heard me say this dozens of times, encouraged me to write one So I did ADMISSIONS is my first novel and I am currently at work on my second I live in Manhattan with my husband and my daughter.


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