Welcome to the July 2021 edition of Meet the Members, an opportunity for you to learn about your fellow members and their books. We encourage you to support each other!

Meet the Members

Tony Russo

Telling compelling stories about ordinary people has been Tony Russo’s specialty for the entirety of his journalism career. He has a knack for helping people connect to personal stories.

Tony lives on Maryland’s Eastern Shore with his wife and the only of his four daughters who has yet to move out. Together they keep their dog and cats comfortable.

Read more about his book here.

Christina Del Villar

Christina Del Villar is a Silicon Valley marketing executive and go-to-market veteran who geeks out on helping companies transform, grow, and scale. With twenty-five years of executive-level marketing experience at Fortune 100 companies and more than fifteen startups, Christina has worked alongside some of tech’s best and brightest.

Read more about her book here.

Patricia Gleichauf

All of my books are rhyming lessons about endangered sea creatures. They are meant to help children of all ages gain some insight into the fascinating world under the sea.

Read more about her books here.

Janice S. Ellis, PhD

For four decades, Janice Ellis has analyzed educational, political, social, and economic issues across race, ethnicity, age, and socio-economic status. Dr. Ellis holds a Ph.D. in Communication Arts, and two Master of Arts degrees, one in Communications Arts and a second in Political Science, all from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Her new book, Shaping Public Opinion: How Real Advocacy Journalism™ Should be Practiced, won the Nellie Bly Nonfiction Journalism Award.

Read more about her book here.

Laura L. Whittemore

This is the true story of my friend who became the victim of financial infidelity and was led down the path of fraud and betrayal by her loving, second husband. Our phone conversations over five years eventually revealed her dilemma of love and trust. Since financial infidelity is on the rise, I felt Brenda’s story might influence women in retirement to be more cautious.

Read more about her book here.

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