Susan CrossmanSusan Crossman

Susan Crossman is an author, editor and book coach who helps other writers bring the cherished dream of writing a book into the exciting reality of publication. She spent 10 years working as a news writer, a media relations officer and a marketing copywriter before throwing out her freelance shingle in 1992; she has diligently served businesses around the world with her writing skills ever since. Her first novel, Shades of Teale, was published by Manor House Publishing in 2011; it was followed by Passages to Epiphany, a collection of creative non-fiction pieces in 2012, and The Write Way, a book about how to write more powerfully, in 2013. Susan has a Master of Arts degree in English and a Master Practitioner designation in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). She speaks five languages (three fluently) and she is trained in both the Language and Behavior Profile and the Enneagram. She is an expert in content marketing and she is a certified Awakening Coach. She is also passionate about the intricacies of language and communication, and she brings enormous skill and enthusiasm to her work in the landscape of letters. Through her company, Crossman Communications, Susan runs Awakening Author Online Group Coaching programs, and she also works one-on-one with people who need a boost to effectively conceptualize, structure, write or edit their books. She is completely dedicated to helping people tell the stories they were born to write, and she is proud to offer a service that makes the world a better place. On the personal side, Susan is the widowed mother of three spectacular children whose lives are vibrant—and often somewhat messy—reminders to be patient, persistent and playful. She loves to read and she is very fond of chocolate. If you would like to know more about how Susan can help you tell your story with energy and precision, you are welcome to visit her website at, or connect with her directly at

KAte Galbraith

Kate Galbraith

Kate Galbraith is a San Francisco-based energy and environmental journalist. She contributes to Foreign Policy and the Economist and writes the green column once a month for the International New York Times. She is a co-author of The Great Texas Wind Rush, a 2013 book about how the oil and gas state won the race to wind power. Kate worked at the Texas Tribune from 2010 to 2013, covering issues from hydraulic fracturing to drought. Following a 2008 Nieman fellowship at Harvard University, she reported on clean energy for The New York Times in 2008-9, serving as the lead writer for the Times' Green blog, . She began her career as a travel writer for the Let's Go and Lonely Planet guides, then joined The Economist in 2000 and spent 2005 to 2007 in Austin as the magazine's Southwest correspondent. Kate is a granddaughter of John Kenneth and Kitty Galbraith and treasures the time she spent with them.

Jackie Campigotto

Jackie Campigotto

Jackie Campigotto is a religion teacher at St Joseph's High School located in St Thomas, Ontario.
2010 Mrs. Campigotto, has accepted a great opportunity as vice principal for John Paul I, and eventually will become the permanent vice principle of Mother Theresa.
2011 Jackie Campigotto Holy Cross Principal,