“Impossible” isn’t a word that seems to exist in Margaret Muhr’s vocabulary.
example, in just five years, she rose from an administrative
coordinator in the planning and development department for the Agua
Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, to serving as its director of
emergency services. At the same time, while working full-time, Muhr
completed her undergraduate degree, then enrolled in the 18-month Naval
Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security—becoming
its first and only Native American graduate. As if that weren’t enough,
she did all of this as a mother of four children.