I grew up on a leprosy station in Paraguay, South America.
At twenty, I moved to the U.S., married, had two children and supported my husband in getting through school — and then divorced.
As a single mom, I made my way through an MBA and PhD, and had a highly satisfying career as a consultant and professor of strategic management.
Five years ago, at age sixty-four, I retired and began writing narrative fiction and nonfiction with my husband Ed: books, essays, blogs, newsletters — and we’ve now started a weekly podcast.
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