Diversity Woman Magazine

FALL 2012

Leadership and Executive Development for women of all races, cultures and backgrounds

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Contributors > Josh Gray Josh Gray is the princi- pal at Gray Group, a political consultancy company that specializes in third-party advocacy, Bertice Berry Sociologist and award-winning lecturer Bertice Berry, PhD, is the best-selling author of the inspirational memoir I'm on My Way, But Your Foot Is on My Head. She has also published four bestselling novels and two humor books. Her book The Ties That Bind: A Memoir of Race, Memory, and Redemption is a remarkable story of abolition, freedom, and redemption. It has been praised by one critic as a "sparkling memoir that is sure to be a favorite of history buffs, as well as those who believe in the power of forgiveness and the determination to move onward." Her latest book, A Year to Wellness and Other Weight Loss Secrets, tells of her personal journey of healing and wellness that resulted in a weight loss of 150 pounds. Sandra Bailey Sandra Bailey is an international evangelist, public speaker, conference facilitator, and life coach. She is the author of Called to Worship: A Lifestyle of Praise and Overcoming Job Loss: A Spiritual Guide. Born in Jamaica, Sandra migrated to the United States to join her mother and siblings and currently resides in Engle- wood, New Jersey, with her loving husband, Ian, and daughter, Sanian. Bailey holds a PhD in Theology, a Master's in Theology, and a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition. Linda Childers Linda Childers has written for several national magazines and websites including Minority Nurse, More, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, Health Monitor, Arthritis Today, and /LIHVFULSW FRP +HU UHFHQW SURëOH IRU Arthritis Today on disco queen Gloria Gaynor and her triumph over osteoarthritis was just recognized with a national print media award from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Childers lives in California with her husband, teenage son, and two rescue dogs. www.diversitywoman.com Fall 2012 DIVERSITY WOMAN 5 VPDOO EXVLQHVV GHYHORSPHQW DQG FHUWLëFD- tion, regulatory affairs, political strategy, and brand/reputation advocacy. He serves on the Board of Governors for the National Democratic Club. Gray holds a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Political Science from Howard University. Ellen Lee Ellen Lee (@ ellenleeonline) is a freelance journalist in the San Francisco Bay Area. A former business and technology reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, she has also written for CNBC.com, The At- lanta Journal-Constitution, and The Wash- ington Post. She also serves as a national governing board member for the Asian American Journalists Association. Learn more about her at www.ellenlee.com.

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