First, let me thank the three authors for bringing to the forefront these life glimpses of 100 awe-inspiring women. I am “over the moon” that I got the opportunity to participate in bringing the publication to fruition. Why and what did I gain? I met 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women through their bios from which the profiles for the book were developed. It was one of the most fulfilling experiences of my post-retirement life. I literally relived some of my work life as a librarian and human resources specialist. I honed in on my research and writing skills. My team player skills helped me deal with people effectively. This has been a rewarding experience. Working with Dauna and her team was a joy. Acquiring this book will be money well spent. Congratulations to all—the authors, the nominees, the participants, and the people who will purchase this valuable publication. Be proud and be blessed.