A Woman in a Man's World is the compelling memoir of Norma Winter's professional journey into school administration during a time when gender differences among administrators were obvious and roadblocks to success were copious. In 1977, when Dr. Norma Winter overcame the adversities of her youth and became the only female high school principal in the state of West Virginia, less than three percent of the school administrators in the United States were women. Dr. Winter describes a very personal and inspirational triumph over hardship and includes meaningful contributions to the study of contrasts between the careers of male and female school administrators. In the end, she reflects that she may have been happiest when she was a woman in a man's world. Kirkus Review states that Winter's book is "...an inspirational resource...." Clarion Review gives the book FOUR STARS and calls it "a treasure trove of historical and practical information...." Blue Ink Review states that "...Winter's tale reads as a powerful model of ambition and drive."