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Sheila Donis: A Life of Giving

Sheila Donis: A Life of Giving

Apr 11, 2015-- Don’t miss this interview with an extraordinary woman, Sheila Donis, born on the west side of Chicago, one of nine children living in a small two bedroom apartment above a tavern. A nun for nine years, she left to become a teacher and then an administrator in poor inner-city Chicago schools, a job she loved. She also fought for donations to help her teachers and students and, over a period of 17 years, averaged $500,000 a year in grant money. (10858 reads)

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