Here is a video from Marquis Who’s Who featuring my background, credentials and passion for helping people in underdeveloped countries overcome centuries of prejudice, neglect and disproven assumptions to join the twenty-first century.
I received my first Marquis Who’s Who award in 1992, Who’s Who in the Midwest. My second award followed in 1994, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering. Over the years, other awards followed including Who’s Who in Professional Women and Who’s Who in America. In 2018 I received a Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award, which was featured in the “Wall Street Journal,” Nov. 13, 2018, and “Delta Sky Magazine,” July 2019. A full page biography appeared in “Millenium,” a Marquis Who’s Who Magazine, in Sept. 2019.
My most recent book, Saving Africa from Lies that Kill: How Myths about the Environment and Overpopulation are Destroying Third World Countries, is an award winning finalist in the Social Change category of the American Book Fest’s International Book Awards, 2018. It is the second book in my Modern Mythology Series. The first volume is Perverted Truth Exposed: How Progressive Philosophy Has Corrupted Science. Both are available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Books a Million.