Why does a dyslexic turn writing into a passion? I have my mother to thank for that. I grew up reading aloud to her year-after-year. When I made a mistake, she corrected me. I also had a high school English teacher, Mr. Bothwell, who kept the love of reading and writing alive. By the time I was at the University of North Dakota, I breezed through English.
I received an Arneberg Scholarship in college, which enabled me to study art in Sandefjord, Norway. (I know. People are often amused by Norwegian art.) I subsequently earned a B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Dakota and an MBA from Chapman University in California. I love to travel, speak Norwegian, and unwind by kayaking and painting landscapes.
How Are Things Different?
I love looking at things and understand why they are different. That’s why the high-tech, nonprofit, and healthcare sectors captured my imagination. I invite you to take a look at my writing.
Filled with Gratitude
I had a stroke in March of 2013. Through the experience, I have gained a lot of patience and knowledge. How to walk again. How to talk again. How to write again. Mostly I am filled with gratitude.
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