LEEDS PRESS CORP ANNOUNCES, Celebrated Playwright Dr. Mildred Summerville, Unveils Her Autobiography

Dr. Mildred Summerville.

LEEDS PRESS CORP ANNOUNCES, Celebrated Playwright Dr. Mildred Summerville, Creator of the Play “Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child,” Unveils Her Autobiography

Her stage play “Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child,” featured renowned gospel artists such as Pastor Shirley Caesar, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Melvin Williams, Evelyn Turrentine-Agree, and Le’Andria Johnson.”

— Reuben Wanjala

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wilson, North Carolina — Dr. Mildred Summerville, a dynamic force of creativity and education, takes readers on an extraordinary journey through her life in her latest book, “Woman with A Vision.” Available now and touching hearts everywhere books are sold, this memoir encapsulates a life of determination, achievement, and unwavering dedication to community empowerment.

A proud graduate of Fayetteville State University with a Bachelor of Science degree, Dr. Summerville continued her academic pursuits, achieving a Master of Education degree from Bowling Green State University and a Principal’s Certificate in Educational Administration from East Carolina University. Her commitment to education and leadership shines through her roles as a coach, athletic director, lead teacher, curriculum specialist, and accreditation visiting committee member. Her impact extended to serving as both an assistant principal and principal.

However, Dr. Summerville’s influence extends beyond her professional achievements. She established the James and Leanther Summerville Academy in memory of her parents. This community-based alternative school allows suspended students to continue their education. Her dedication earned her recognition from President Barack Obama and President Joe Biden’s administrations through two Lifetime Achievement Awards. Furthermore, her tireless efforts led to numerous accolades, including the Resa Mitchell Award, The Talent Show of the Year Award, The Playwright & Gospel Stage Play of The Year Award, and the Gospel Playwright of the Year Award.

Dr. Summerville’s passion for the arts found its manifestation in the acclaimed stage play “Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child,” which garnered praise from audiences and featured renowned gospel artists such as Pastor Shirley Caesar, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Melvin Williams, Evelyn Turrentine-Agree, and Le’Andria Johnson. The play’s success led to performances in Georgia and Washington, D.C., captivating audiences with its powerful message.

In addition to her literary achievements, Dr. Summerville’s role as a community leader is exemplified by her creation of the Tall One Outreach Ministries, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of others. She also remains integral to the Mt. Calvary Word of Faith Church, serving as an Armor Bearer for Pastor Shirley Caesar.

As an honored member of the National Directory of Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals and The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who, Dr. Summerville’s influence spans far and wide. Her exceptional leadership and commitment have earned her recognition from organizations such as the National Association of Professional Women and W.I.D.U. Radio & TCP Magazine.

“Woman with A Vision” is more than a memoir; it’s a testament to the power of determination, resilience, and the pursuit of dreams. Join Dr. Mildred Summerville as she shares her remarkable journey of triumph over adversity, community upliftment, and artistic expression. Available at all major book retailers, “Woman with A Vision” is an inspiring must-read that will leave an indelible mark on readers’ hearts and minds. https://www.amazon.com/Woman-Vision-Mildred-Summerville-ebook/dp/B0CCSSM4J4/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1698098406&sr=1-1

Reuben Wanjala
Leeds Press Corp
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