Sandra Smith Gangle tells a compelling story of a woman who overcame obstacles to achieve her dream.

Gangle observed her mother suffer discrimination in job-seeking, housing, and banking practices, and she vowed to make a difference for others through practicing law.

Graduating from college in 1964, Gangle became a foreign language teacher and college instructor for a dozen years before attending law school. Married and the mother of two, she earned her law degree in 1980 and opened a solo practice, embarking on a thirty-seven-year career that emphasized employment dispute-resolution.

Ultimately, Gangle was the first Oregon woman to serve as a full-time labor arbitrator throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Watch a great Podcast about Sandra's book and career on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPydmWglAkU