Emily Dunning Barringer was born 27 September 1876 in Scarsdale, New York, to Edwin James Dunning and Frances Gore Lang. She grew up in a well-to-do New York family that fell on financial hard times when she was about ten years old, forcing her father to seek his fortune in Europe. Dr. Emily Barringer was the first woman ambulance physician at New York City’s Gouverneur Hospital. Dr. Barringer died on April 8, 1961 in New Milford, Conn. Emily Dunning Barringer Biography and Profile.
Temple Grandin, American Biologist and Scientist was born to parents Richard Grandin and Eustacia Cutler in Boston, Massachusetts, on August 29, 1947. At the age of 2, Grandin was diagnosed with autism. Grandin became a prominent author and speaker on both autism and animal behavior. Articles about Dr. Grandin have appeared in Time Magazine, New York Times, Discover Magazine, Forbes and USA Today. Temple Grandin Biography and Profile.
Jane Goodall,Animal Rights Activist and Scientist, was born April 3, 1934, in London, England to Mortimer, an engineer and Vanne, an author. Jane loves animals even as a child. Jane is made a Dame of the British Empire (the equivalent of a knighthood) on February 20, 2004 during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London. Jane dreamt of living in Africa to watch and write about animals. Read Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall Biography and Profile.
Bessie Coleman (January 26, 1892 to April 30, 1926), an American aviator and the first black woman to earn a pilot’s license who taught herself French and moved to France, earning her license from France’s well-known Caudron Brother’s School of Aviation in just seven months. She remains a pioneer of women in the field of aviation. Read Bessie Coleman Biography and Profile.