NATIONAL CHICKEN LADY DAY
National Chicken Lady Day on November 4th annually honors Dr. Marthenia “Tina” Dupree.
For 12 years, Dr. Dupree worked for the second-largest chicken restaurant in the world as the Director of Community Relations and Training. She was widely known due to her work in the community. During this time and through her work with the community and the people she helped, Dr. Dupree became known as “The Chicken Lady.”
Dr. Dupree led numerous efforts to improve education in her community. She provided training and certification that led to business opportunities to many in her area. She not only led by example, but she enhanced the lives of those around her.
HOW TO OBSERVE #ChickenLadyDay
Is there someone in your community who elevates the people around them? If so, celebrate them like others celebrate the Chicken Lady. While you’re at it, enjoy some chicken with them. Serve them a bucket. Or volunteer in their organizations. See what you can learn and improve your community, too. Use #ChickenLadyDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL CHICKEN LADY DAY HISTORY
For more than two decades, Dr. Dupree helped to teach, train and certify hundreds of professional speakers, authors, and trainers. In 2001, National Chicken Lady Day was created as a way of saying “thank you” to Dr. Dupree. She is thanked not only by those she directly affected over the years but by those who continue to feel her positive impact years later as a result of her experience, knowledge and the relationships she built.
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