The Scottsdale Society of Women Writers, which gives members access to events, ideas and networking opportunity with other women writers and authors, will host Paula Cullison who is a travel writer, multi-genre author, and photographer.
Ms. Cullison’s new book, “Paula: A Girl from Brooklyn,” is set to inspire others to write and share their respective stories, according to a press release.
The Phoenix resident since 1974, who is the daughter of immigrants from Italy, is the guest speaker for the 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 28 Zoom meeting, where she will share the value of hard work and determination through her “multi-faceted life.”
The book, which includes photographs, is available for free on her website at https://www.paulacullison.com/books, where her other books, published travel articles, and international travel photography can also be found. She takes questions and comments via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, the release said.
Ms. Cullison’ s background entails over 25 years of experience in various positions leading to proficiency in management, marketing, public and community relations, strategic planning, fundraising, program development and implementation, advocacy, and volunteer coordination. Her bachelor’s degree is in psychology.
Founder and president of the Arizona Women’s Partnership, an all-volunteer philanthropic nonprofit, she has been recognized for her women’s rights and social justice advocacy.
Also, the release said she enjoys exhibiting her international travel photography including over 60 exhibits to date and publishing her travel articles. More information can be found on her website at paulacullison.com
For more information on the group that encourages an alliance with professionals relating to writing, publishing, and marketing of books, camaraderie and support, text 480-250-5556; also receive the Zoom meeting RSVP details including the ID and password, which will be sent in advance.
Check-in to Zoom by 5:50 pm. The meeting starts promptly at 6 p.m..
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