Title: Children’s Book Author
Location: Milford, Connecticut, United States
Nancy Garfield-Woodbridge, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in children’s literature.
Ms. Garfield-Woodbridge became involved in her profession because she worked in anthropology and knew she could make a difference in children’s lives through literary work that spoke to them about the diversity of the world. She has been fully dedicated to writing and publishing books since 2000 but has authored works since the beginning of her career. Throughout her career, Ms. Garfield-Woodbridge has held a number of positions that have aided in her expertise. From 1973 to 2000, she served as the Director of Special Projects for the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. She has been a research associate to vice president and editor at the New York Institute of Technology, vice president at Information Retrieval Systems, Editor-in-Chief of The Gifted Child Magazine, picture editor for Forbes Magazine, and as an editorial assistant at the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
The highlight of Ms. Garfield-Woodbridge’s career has been winning grants from the Department of Education. Furthermore, she is proud of her published books, which include “The RainBird,” “Shanti Means Peace,” “The Magic Paint Brush,” “MoonBeam Flowers,” “Gideon’s Dream and “The Honey Hunt.” Her most recent publication, “Suns of Darkness,” was published in 2020. Her books are available to purchase through Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Ms. Garfield-Woodbridge earned a Bachelor of Arts in literature from Bennington College in 1955 and a Med from Hofstra University in 1972.
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