111 Places in Women's History in Washington That You Must Not Miss (Paperback)
This guidebook reveals the history of our founding mothers, recognises modern women shaping the city, and celebrates a rich culture of feminism in Washington, DC.
Kaitlin Calogera embarked on a journey of entrepreneurship when she launched A Tour Of Her Own, the first tourism company in Washington, DC to focus exclusively on women's history. As a licensed tour guide, she recognized a lack of women's stories being represented in public spaces so she mobilized her community to reframe the traditional narrative through special events and historical tours. With a degree in History and a background coaching women's athletics, Kaitlin believes in the power of tourism to promote gender equality and education beyond the classroom. Rebecca Grawl is a professional DC tour guide with more than a decade's experience in public history, museum education, and tourism and is particularly proud of her involvement as a founding member of A Tour of Her Own, the first tour company in DC to focus exclusively on women's history. She is a proud graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman's College, member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution as well as an alumnae and senior leader with the National Society Children of the American Revolution. Rebecca can be seen on Mysteries at the Museum on the Travel Channel, heard on the Tour Guide Tell All podcast, and has been featured in local press outlets such as WAMU/DCist, Washingtonian, Washington City Paper, and more.