20th anniversary commemorative 2014 edition

What jackie taught Us

Lessons From the remarkable Life of Jacqueline kennedy onassis

“No one we knew ever had a better sense of self.” – Senator Ted Kennedy

For the new 2014 Commemorative Edition of “What Jackie Taught Us” TINA SANTI FLAHERTY invites fourteen opinion leaders from around the world to share their insights on the ways Jackie influenced them – and society at large – over the past two decades.

First published in 2004, the book emphasized Jackie’s leadership and life lessons over her well-documented power to captivate.

This expanded edition delves even more deeply into the enduring legacy of this iconic figure, whom the world refuses to forget… even 20 years after her death.

“Jackie didn’t exactly despise her fame, she just didn’t to cooperate with it unless on her own terms.” – Liz Smith, Author/columnist

“Her greater gift to the country was her willingness to stand up for what she believed.” – Kent Barwick, president emeritus of the Municipal Art Society

Jackie on Jackie Blog


Hello Dear Readers!

It’s Jackie Santi Flaherty (JSF)— white Labrador & fur-person extraordinaire, back at my dog-blog. Today I have some more interesting tidbits about, Jackie Kennedy Onassis (JKO), my namesake, to share with you.

In the meantime, my little fur-sister, Scarlett, a ruby King Charles Spaniel, is trying to stare me down as I sit at the computer. She just wishes her little furry paws would reach my keyboard so she could do a blog too! Well — she is barking up the wrong tree!!! I told her she CAN’T because her name isn’t Jackie! Fiddle de dee to you, too, Scarlett. This is NOT TARA!



Hi! It’s me again – Jackie S. Flaherty (white lab and fur person extraordinaire just to remind you) – back at my dog-blog! Since my last blog lots of people have been asking me questions about Jackie Kennedy Onassis (JKO), my namesake and about whom my Pet-Mom wrote a book, and most are curious as to what kind of major surgery I had!