The UNCUT WITH LUCIA series progresses with another exclusive interview with a New York-based renowned author and award-winning educator, Dr. Marni Hill Foderaro. The UNCUT WITH LUCIA series is a WorldAuthor.Org’s edition. WorldAuthor.Org is an online platform that connects authors with their target audience. The UNCUT WITH LUCIA series is a significant step in this direction.
Dr. Marni Hill Foderaro is an acclaimed author and award-winning educator. After spending 35-year of her career as a high school special education teacher with 12 years as a university adjunct professor, she earned her doctorate in education and completed postdoctoral studies at Harvard.
In addition to contributing to numerous anthology books, Foderaro authored a book titled “God Came to My Garage Sale,” an award-winning finalist in the Spirituality: Inspirational category of the 2020 Best Book Awards sponsored by the American Book Fest. Her work is praised by many other best-selling authors, including James Redfield.
Foderaro enjoys animals, nature, music, and traveling around the world. She approaches life’s difficulties with love and compassion. She values honesty, integrity, equality, and goodness, and she wishes for world peace. Foderaro was born in the South, raised her children in the Midwest, and now lives in the Caribbean.
In addition to her speaking engagements (which include a bLU Talks stage appearance at Columbia University in New York in 2021), Foderaro has contributed to a number of writing projects on embracing Spirituality after surviving Domestic Violence, Narcissistic Abuse, and Parental Alienation.
Foderaro is a contributing author to numerous anthology books, including: “The Last Breath,” “The Evolution of Echo,” and “The Ulti-MUTT Book for Dog Lovers,” and “bLU Talks Presents” (Business, Life and the Universe.)
Click to visit www.godcametomygaragesale.com Dr. Marni Hill Foderaro’s website for more information.
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