National Chicken Lady Day is a holiday celebrated on November 4th to honor the work of doctor and businesswoman Martenia “Tina” Dupree. This holiday is so named because Dupree spent more than 10 years working in one of the largest chains of restaurants, where chicken dishes were the main dishes. She served as the director of public relations and earned the nickname “Lady-chicken”.
Martenia’s career is full of motivational courses and development programs for schools, corporations, companies, universities, churches and other religious communities. She has conducted seminars for representatives of large, medium and small businesses, and her seminars and master classes have been attended by millions. The main methods she teaches in her courses are about taking responsibility, and transferring these ideas into personal relationships and careers. Dupree also pays close attention to the problems of black people, and her talk on the Trinity Broadcasting Network attracted an audience of 10 million.
The holiday originated from a 2001 meeting between Dupree and then-President George W. Bush. Bush noted the work of Dupree in the direction of raising educational standards, and issued an executive order declaring November 4th National Chicken Lady Day.
- Dupree has conducted seminars for representatives of large, medium and small businesses, and her seminars and master classes are listened to and attended by millions.
- The main methods taught in the courses encourage people to take responsibility, to transfer these ideas into personal relationships and careers.
- Dupri also pays close attention to the problems of blacks.
- Dupree’s talk on the Trinity Broadcasting Network attracted an audience of 10 million.
How to take part
To participate in National Chicken Lady Day, Dupree recommends never forgetting your dreams, following your goals, and working to make your dreams come true. She also suggests sharing her wisdom with your relatives, friends, colleagues, and followers on social networks. Investing energy in yourself is important too, and Dupree has a wonderful book on this subject. Finally, motivate others to learn something new and don’t get tired of learning yourself.
When is National Chicken Lady Day celebrated in 2023?
National Chicken Lady Day is observed on November 4 each year.