100% of the royalties from this book go directly to support the Compassion Advocacy Network Community Development Programs (as of the date of publication):
• Operation "Sweet" heart,
• AR-CH Learning Centers,
• CAN Comfort,
* Families & Kids with Cancer,
• Teaching Integrity to Developing Youth,
• Mz. Tea Christmas Nest...plus more.
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About the Author
Dawn Boyer received her Ph.D. in Occupational Studies and Technology with a concentration on Training and Development in Human Resources and taught computer science and technology to undergraduate students as an adjunct professor at ODU. Her dissertation, a ground-breaking research study in the field of human resources, was entitled, 'Competencies Required of Human Resource Professionals in the Government Contracting Industry,' and had been converted to a research study results text for commercial review and analysis.
Ms. Boyer has 22+ years of senior management experience in human resources, of which 12+ years is in government-contracting. She also provides HR consulting services to small entrepreneurial businesses, including dynamically growing 8(a) set-aside defense companies and small business for business development, resume coaching for job seekers, and social media management and training (LinkedIn).
Her creative side has enabled her to write 44+ published books in Genealogy, History, Business Development, and Career Search. Her books can now be found on Amazon.com in the "Business & Economics / Self Help & Government and Business," "Biography/Autobiography/Reference," "Body, Mind & Spirit/Inspiration & Personal Growth," and "Philosophy / Ethics and Moral" categories.
The author has donated 100% of the royalties from this book to the Compassion Advocacy Network non-profit charity to fund the several worthwhile programs under it's umbrella of community giving and compassion.