Ann Bancroft

Griffiths, John
December 2002
Health (Time Inc. Health);Dec2002, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p42
Features Ann Bancroft, founder of the Ann Bancroft Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that empowers girls and women. Rewards of getting into sports; Experience as a Polar explorer.


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