Program Details

Jaqueline Kennedy's Life and Impact As First Lady

Rose Feinberg
Video Catch-up

Course Description

Jacqueline Kennedy has been called one of the most intriguing women of her time. She fascinated the world and still interests many people today. Learn about her childhood and events and experiences that helped shape Jacqueline Bouvier’s personality and manner. Find out about her parents’ influence and when her love of riding and beautiful things started. Discover how Jack Kennedy and Jacqueline’s relationship developed and how the Kennedy family impacted their marriage. Jack Kennedy had many sexual exploits and some question whether Jacqueline Kennedy knew about them at the time. You will find out the answer and about the reasons for those exploits. Jacqueline Kennedy had a major impact as First Lady, and you will be impressed with what she accomplished and left as a legacy. Her contributions to JFK’s legacy after his assassination were important and will be explained. Why did she marry Aristotle Onassis and who was the wonderful man with whom she spent the last ten years of her life? Learn about her life after JFK, and what happened to her children. Pictures and video clips via PowerPoint enhance this presentation.

About the Instructor

  • Rose Feinberg, Ed.D.,earned her doctoral degree in education from Boston University. She was a school principal in Massachusetts, as well as a respected lecturer. Feinberg served as an adjunct faculty member at FAU for eight years, teaching graduate courses in curriculum and school administration. She is a well-known lecturer in South Florida and has developed many topics for presentations, which include PowerPoint presentations with pictures and videos. Her lectures are extensively researched and her theater training and personality make her a dynamic presenter.

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