Jacqueline Dalt Interview Transcript (Part of the Women's Center Oral History Collection)
- Dalt, Jacqueline (Interviewee, Person)
Jacqueline Dalt was in an abusive marriage for 20 years until she decided to move on and leave her husband. She took her children with her to Marquette, Michigan and started taking classes at Northern Michigan University. While she was a student she went to The Women's Center. She talks about how significantly the workshops and trainings she attended impacted her life and, later, her career. She gives an overview of her experience as a client of the Marquette Women’s Center. She came in contact with the Center as she began attended NMU in order to complete a degree program in Social Services. She explains the importance of education, workshops, assertiveness training, and active listening. She briefly discusses her twenty-eight career with the Department of Social Services, her involvement on the Pathways Board, and the infancy of the Spouse Abuse program.
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MSS-302, Women's Center Oral History Collection
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