Location: Miami, Florida, United States
Connie Goodman-Milone, Writer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medical writing and poetry.
Utilizing her background in medical case management and social work, Ms. Goodman-Milone has navigated the medical writing field for several decades. She regularly contributes work to Medicinal Purposes Literature Review, VITAS Vital Signs, Today’s Caregiver, the Florida State Poets Association, Inc.’s Anthology and The Grief Observer. Some of her authored works include “Today’s Caregiver” in 2002, “Bereavement Poetry Project” and “Florida State Poets Association Anthology.”
Ms. Goodman-Milone earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from George Washington University in 1985. She pursued her interests in social work by obtaining a MSW from Barry University in 1999. With these degrees, she worked for the Veterans Administration Medical Center and as a case manager for the Health South Doctors Hospital. Ms. Goodman-Milone remains active in her community as a field partner for Doctors Without Borders. She has been an asset to the Leader’s Club for the National Wildlife Federation and a director the creative writing committee for the Junior Orange Bowl. She has also shown her support for the Natural Resources Defense Council, the American Jewish World Service, Vitas Healthcare, the American Red Cross, the Democratic National Committee and the Southern Poverty Law Center among many other institutions.
Ms. Goodman-Milone’s work is set to have a lasting impact as recognized by a number of awards and accolades she has received. In 2011, she received the Eleven Year Volunteer Award from Vitas Healthcare. In 2003, she received the Bill Katzker Member of the Year Award, and in 2001, the Bereavement Volunteer of the Year Award from the Vitas Dade Program. Additionally, her poetry has received awards. Marquis Who’s Who has recognized her with a Lifetime Achievement feature, a Who’s Who of American Women feature, a Humanitarian Award and in magazines and newsletters. More info can be found on her website: www.conniegoodman-milone.com
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