Members G - O

Lynn B. Garelick

Selected Exhibits

My Back Yard gouache painting, Greenwich Art Society Juried Show, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library, July 24 to August 12, 2014

New Moon pastel, 3rd Prize in Pastel Category, Art Society of Old Greenwich Juried Show, Benheim Gallery, Greenwich Arts Council, 299 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich CT, July 23 to August 14, 2014

A Quiet Moment gouache painting, Carriage Barn Arts Center Annual Members Show, New Canaan CT, September 2014

Greenwich Art Society, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library Brush with Fate Juried Show, June/July 2011.

A Daisy in the Life” – drawing and collage, Art Society of Old Greenwich, Riverside Yacht Club, February 2011.

Tod’s Point #1” – gouache painting, Christ Church Greenwich Art Show “Spirituality in the Arts:  Reflections during Lent.”

Remember Me – pastel, Second Prize – Pastel Category, Art Society of Old Greenwich, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library, Juried Show “Exploring Luminosity,” August 2007.

An Illuminated Moment gouache painting, Greenwich Art Society, Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich Library, “78th Annual Juried Exhibition 1995.

Ida’s Pond gouache and acrylic painting, Greenwich Art Society, Hurlbett Gallery, Greenwich Library, “76th Annual Juried Exhibition,” 1993.

Lemonade gouache painting, Robert S. Haas Memorial Award for Watercolor. The 30th Annual Fairfield Festival of the Arts, Oak Room Exhibition & Auction, Fairfield University Campus Center, Fairfield CT, Juried Show, June 1992.

Bridgeport Gothic watercolor gouache painting, Honorable Mention, New Canaan Society for the Arts “Spectrum 1992” Waveny Carriage Barn, Waveny Park, New Canaan CT, Juried Show, April – May 1992.

Still Life in Black and Whiteacrylic painting, Carlson Gallery/Arnold Bernhard Center, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT “Annual Student Show,” 1992.

Corner Grocer, Bridgeportgouache painting, 1st Place Watercolor Category, New Canaan Society for the Arts “Spectrum 1991” Waveny Carriage Barn, Waveny Park, New Canaan, CT, Juried Show 1991.

“A Still Life” acrylic painting, Westport Arts Center, “Bridgeport Hilton Hotel Exhibition Artists Showcase” 18 Westport Artists Invitational Exhibit” Juried Show, 1989. Three paintings required, submitted and accepted – still life and landscape subjects.

Gallery 26, Ridgebury Congregational Church, Ridgefield, CT, “Professional Invitational Exhibition of Art” Juried Show, July 1988, two paintings submitted and accepted – still life and cityscape subjects.

Gallery 88, The Young Women’s League of New Canaan, Inc. New Canaan, CT Juried Show1988, Compo Gate photo silk screen print, Awarded 1st place in photo/print category.

University of Bridgeport 1988 Annual Student Exhibition, Bridgeport, CT, 1988 “Van Gogh in New York” gouache painting, Best in Illustration Award,

Carlson Gallery/Arnold Bernhard Center, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT “Annual Student Show,” 1986.

Still Life in Colored Pencil, 1st Prize Drawing Category, Waveny House, New Canaan, CT “30th Anniversary Art Show” Juried Show, 1985.

The Blue Pitcher watercolor, 2nd Place Amateur Category, Gallery 84 Waveny House, New Canaan, CT “New Canaan Art Show” Juried Show, 1984.

DaisiesPencil Drawing, 1st Prize Amateur Category, Gallery 5, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT Solo Student Exhibit, by faculty invitation, 1984.

Professional Memberships
Greenwich Art Society
Old Greenwich Art Society
Greenwich Arts Council
Docent Bruce Museum
President of the CT Chapter of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers, 2012-2013.

University of California, Berkeley CA – BA, Art History Major, History Minor, 1965
University of California, Berkeley CA – Teaching Credential in Elementary Education, 1966
New York School of Design, New York, New York, Certificate in Interior Design, 1978
University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT, BFA, Illustration Major, 1992

Contact Information
Lynn B. Garelick ASID
LBG Interior Design LLC

Dana Goodfellow

Dana Goodfellow is an award winning painter who works out of her Darien, Connecticut studio. A third generation artist, her works are based on strong compositions, values and color harmony. Describing herself as a “colorist.” Goodfellow’s unique ability to blend and harmonize colors was perfected during an earlier decade-long career in the fashion industry in New York City. Within the last 20 years she has won many awards for paintings and been included in many juried exhibits, and has presented numerous solo shows in the Northeast. Her work can be found in private collections throughout the U.S. and has been featured in local publications. She paints both realism and abstract work and teaches both at The Rowayton Arts Center.
A member of many organizations she is an artist member of the prestigious Salmagundi Club in NY

Contact Information

Ilse Gordon

Selected Exhibits
Solo Shows: Action Art Gallery, 2008
Arcadia Coffee Gallery, 2006
Gertrude White Gallery, Greenwich YWCA, 2005
Lobby of the Empire State Building, 2002
Greenwich Arts Council, 1998

Selected Exhibitions/Recognitions
Revington Arthur Award for Excellence in Painting, Stamford Museum
Grumbacher Silver Medallion, Greenwich Art Society
Painting chosen as cover for Greenwich Magazine
corporate collections include: American Express, GTE, General SignalCorp, Bendheim Cancer Center
public collections include: Cos Cob Library, Greenwich Library Lending Art Collection

Professional Memberships
Pastel Society of America
Life Member Art Students’ League
Center for Contemporary Printmaking
Greenwich Art Society

Contact Information

Leigh Grant

Selected Publications/Exhibits
As a writer:
Mask of Dreams:
As an illustrator:  Over thirty illustrated books published. See website for list.

Selected Recognitions/Awards
Kirkus Review (Mask of Dreams)
Five Star Review, Highly Recommended, Historical Fiction Company (Mask of Dreams)
Chatelaine Grand Prize, Chanticleer Reviews (Mask of Dreams)
Stephen Dohanos Medal, Society of Illustrators (Twelve Days of Christmas)
Book of the Month Club (Twelve Days of Christmas)
Appearance on Today Show (Twelve Days of Christmas: A Celebration and History)
NY Academy of Sciences Best Science Book (Smallest Life Around Us)
Various ALA outstanding book awards
President, Greenwich Pen Women (2022-present)  

Professional Memberships
Authors Guild
Society of Illustrators


Mirella Joakim Hajjar

Selected Publications/Exhibits
Brownson Gallery, Manhattanville College, Group Exhibit, September, 2007
Library at Manhattanville College, Group Exhibit, April, 2007
Articles and press releases published monthly in all local newspapers for exhibits at Les Beaux-Arts Gallery for which Mirella is the art curator

Selected Recognition/Awards
Distinguished Service award from Westchester Community College, Valhalla for curating their annual art exhibit which included around forty artists each time, 2002 – 2007

Professional Memberships
Adjunct professor of history of photography and Photography at Manhattanville College

Contact Information

Marcia Clay Hamilton

Founder and President of Lyrics Unlimited, which provides personalized lyrics, limericks, songs, poems, tributes, toasts, and speeches for all occasions.

Writing experience
Marcia has worked with individuals and groups, as well as corporate executives, politicians and party planners. She has created toasts and tributes delivered at small gatherings as well as for large parties, banquets and balls.

Some of her many accomplishments include:

  • Wedding toast at a reception for 350 at The Pierre Hotel, New York City
  • Gala 50th Birthday Party for 100 at The Breakers, Newport, Rhode Island
  • 60th Anniversary celebration at The Ritz Hotel, New York City
  • Farewell party for a cabinet member, Washington, D.C.
  • Graduation party for 100 at Lochobers, Boston
  • Greenwich Symphony fundraising dinner, Greenwich, CT
  • 75th Birthday party family toast, The Horizons, Bermuda
  • Rehearsal dinner toast at Oxford College, England
  • Retirement party for 250 in Philadelphia, PA
  • Annual awards dinner for 350 bank employees in Long Island, NY

B.A. from Wheaton College
M.B.A. from London Business School

Contact Information

Anastasia (Stasha) Healy

Stasha is the author of Secret Connecticut: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure (Reedy Press, 2021) and 100 Best Things to Do in Connecticut Before You Die (Reedy Press, 2024). Formerly an editor at Condé Nast Traveler, Fodor’sNYC & Company, and Travel Agent, Stasha writes and edits travel content for consumer websites, magazines, and guide books, and also produces travel marketing copywriting like emails, blogs, brochures, social media posts, and press releases for tour operators, tourism boards, and advertising agencies. Stasha has also provided communications consulting to businesses ranging from interior designers and public relations executives to search firms, speakers bureaus, and nonprofits. In addition, Stasha is an accomplished ghostwriter, guides young people in crafting compelling college essays, and is shopping a young adult novel.

Selected Publications
Secret Connecticut: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure
100 Best Things to Do in Connecticut Before You Die

Lonely Planet Experience New England
Moon New England Travel Guide
Fodor’s Travel Publications
Zagat New York City Restaurant Survey

Magazines & Websites:
Time Out
Travel Awaits
Greenwich Magazine
Fairfield County Look
American Way
Condé Nast Traveler
Luxury Travel Advisor

Professional Websites (portfolio)

Multiple Connecticut Press Club writing awards
Webby Award

Professional Associations
Greenwich Pen Women
Society of American Travel Writers
National Federation of Press Women
Women’s Media Group
Author’s Guild
Travel Massive

Contact Information

Lucy H. Hedrick

Selected Publications
Five Days to an Organized Life  (Dell)
365 Ways to Save Time  (Wm Morrow)
365 Ways to Save Time with Kids  (Wm Morrow)
365 Ways to Save Money  (Wm Morrow)
Get Organized in the Digital Age  (NAL)

Professional Memberships
Entrepreneurial Women’s Network
Greenwich Arts Council

Contact Information:

Karen Heffner

Installation artist, using painting, assemblage sculpture, and photography to create joyful spaces.

Selected Exhibitions
Juried shows: 
Greenwich Art Society, Art Society of Old Greenwich
Bendheim  and Flinn Galleries in Greenwich
Westport Art Center in Westport
Selected Solo installations:
“Not Just For Kids Anymore” 2010 and “Magic and Imagination of Childhood” 2009 at YWCA Greenwich
“Treehouse: a Metaphor for the Artist Studio” 2007 at Greenwich Art Society Gallery

Recognitions and Awards
Host of Pen Women Cable TV show “Creative Women Today” for five years.
Host and editor of of Cable TV interview show “Ageless” for three years. Second place in CT Press Club 2011 for TV Talk Show.
Taught creativity classes for artists for Greenwich Art Society for two years.

Professional Memberships
Greenwich Art Society
Art Society of Old Greenwich
Artist Member Westport Art Center

Contact Information

Laurie Heiss

Connecticut College with majors in Field Biology and Anthropology

Professional background:
Creative Output
General Electric

Editing Experience:
Business novel, The Goal
Beyond ‘e,’ for Stephen Diorio/IMT Strategies

Conservancy Experience:
Executive Director of the Merritt Parkway Conservancy, 2003
the Redding Land Trust and the Fairfield County Preservation Network

With co-author Jill Smyth, The Merritt Parkway, The Road That Shaped A Region

Contact Information:

Ginger Heller

Selected Publications
Marco Polo Blackberry, February 2010, revised:
The Kid Who Beat Wall Street and Saved Africa, Volume I and II, April 2014

Selected Recognition/Awards 
Pinnacle Book Achievement Award – Winner Children’s Literature, 2010
National Indie Awards, Finalist 2010

Professional Memberships 
Council on Economic Education and Financial Literacy
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
National Council for the Social Studies

Contact Information:

Deborah DiSesa Hirsch

Catherine T. Horn

Catherine Horn, an Associate Letters member, is a retired Educator/School Psychologist whose greatest passions in life are her family, children and writing. She believes that, for her, there is no better form of creative expression than writing; no greater joy than to find the right words, phrases, and sentences to integrate ideas, thoughts, and feelings that converge to create the stories of our lives. To that end, Catherine has been writing for as long as she can remember, beginning with diaries and journal entries, lovesick poems with the kind of angst only teenagers can exude, and high school and college newspaper articles. As an adult, Catherine has written numerous stories for children, countless Psychoeducational Evaluation Reports, articles and presentations for parents, and eulogies for far too many family members. Catherine’s poetry writing has continued and has evolved into more mature, current themes including the pandemic and social injustice. In recent years, Catherine has ventured into writing memoir which she finds fascinating and rewarding.

Certificate of Advanced Study (C.A.S.)/6th Year in School Psychology Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT 1988
Master’s Degree in School Psychology, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT 1984
Bachelor of Arts in Special Education, Wheelock College (now a part of Boston University), Boston, MA, 1978

Work Experience:

School Psychologist Greenwich Public Schools, Greenwich, CT 1988-2016
Special Education Teacher Greenwich Public Schools, Greenwich, CT 1980-1988
Special Education Teacher Eagle Hill School Greenwich, CT 1978-1980

Professional Memberships:
Greenwich Pen Women (Associate Member)
National League of American Pen Women (Associate Member)
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
Connecticut Education Association – Retired
National Education Association – Retired

The Thrill of Writing a Blitz Poem Together (Article) – Written by Catherine Horn and Linda Hortick – Published: The Pen Woman Fall 2022
Challenging the Soul (A Blitz poem) 
– Written by Catherine Horn and Linda Hortick – Featured Poem – NLAPW website 
I breathe because I can (Poem) 
– Published: The 2020 Joan Ramseyer Memorial Poetry Anthology Sunbeams
A Moment in the CV19 World
 – Published: Greenwich Pen Women Newsletter, July 2020
Independence Day (Photo) – Published: Greenwich Pen Women Newsletter, July 2020
A Moment in the CV19 World – Greenwich Historical Society COVID19 Project April 2020
A Moment in the CV19 World – Published: Greenwich Free Press, April 13, 2020
A Seared Memory – Your Place Squared Bruce Museum Spring, 2019
Taking a Ride on Butterfly Wings – Honorable Mention – Children’s Fiction – Writer’s Digest Magazine Writing Competition 1997

Contact Information:

Linda R. Hortick

Background Information:
Advertising and Public Relations, Miami, Florida
Florida International University, Legal Administration & Management
Represented and marketed wildlife and scenic photographers nationally
Founded and organized The South Florida Chapter of the National Writers Association and was vice president and a charter member.

Art Schools and Memberships
South Florida Chapter of the National Writers Association, Miami, Florida
The Garden Club of Old Annapolis Towne, Annapolis, Maryland
Art Student’s League of New York, New York
Silvermine Art School, Silvermine, Connecticut
Rowayton Art Center, Rowayton, Connecticut
Darien Community Association Writers, Darien, Connecticut
Westport Writers, Westport, Connecticut
National League of American Pen Women, Greenwich Chapter, Connecticut
Garden Education Center of Greenwich, Connecticut
Greenwich Arts Council, Connecticut
Greenwich Decorative Arts Society, Connecticut
Greenwich Historical Society, Connecticut
Patron: Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, Annapolis, Maryland
Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, Greenwich, Connecticut

A 50-line Blitz poem, “Challenging the Soul”, written in conjunction with GPW associate, Cathy Horn, was featured in the NLAPW Fall Pen Woman magazine, as well as the NLAPW blog. The poem was chosen by NLAPW out of 600 entries:
Blue Ribbon/First Place Prize/2010 Most beautiful flower arrangement for a
 door in historic Annapolis, Maryland, for the Annual May Day competition. 

Numerous articles and newsletters related to her profession, as well as, short stories, essays and other works presented at writers associations.
Linda has displayed her paintings and jewelry in numerous exhibits, as well as, providing jewelry to art galleries and art schools to sell during the holidays.
Linda continues to study piano, paint, flower arrange, design jewelry and write.

Contact Information:

Hazel Jarvis

Selected Exhibits
Third one person show at the  Beaux Arts Gallery, Round Hill Community Church, CT, 2007; three person show at the Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT, 2006; “New Works” one person show at the Trimbur Henry Gallery, Doylestown, PA, 2005; Tenth International Botanical Art  Exhibition, (group show) Hunt Institute, Carnegie Mellon, PA, 2001
Numerous group shows at the Park Slope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Selected Recognitions/Awards
First Place for Watercolor and Honorable Mention for mixed media, “Art in Nature” Greenwich Art Society exhibitions

Professional Memberships
American Society for Botanical Artists

Contact Information
Hazel is represented by Phyllis Wrynn, Park Slope Gallery, Brooklyn

Rev. Anita E. Keire

University of California, Berkeley—1960-1962
BS in English Education, West Chester University 1965
MS in English Education, Iona College 1972
M.Div. Yale Divinity School, Yale University 1988

Professional Background
Junior Year English Teacher
Director of Christian Education
Intentional Interim Ministry
President, Curriculum Development Associates, Inc.
Christian Educator

Recognition and Awards
2005 Greenwich Pen Women Owl Award
2022 NLPW Second Place Nonfiction Biennial Competition in Letters for Walking on Water
Teacher Training Workshops
Adult Forums
Congregational Meetings
Small Group Discussions

Professional Memberships
National League of American Pen Women
Greenwich Pen Women
The Alliance of Independent Authors
Independent Book Publisher Association
Authors Guild
Yale Alumni Association

Non-Denominational Published Works
Mustard Seed Series Christian Faith Formation Curriculum—22 Books
A Parent’s Guide to Prayer
Resurrection Dialogues with Skeptics and Believers
Walking on Water: Skeptics and Believers Discuss Whether Jesus Matters
Mustard Seed Thoughts: Fresh Faith and New Life—Book 1—Key to Life
Mustard Seed Thoughts: Fresh Faith and New Life—Book 2—Today’s Reality and Challenges
Mustard Seed Thoughts: Fresh Faith and new Life—Book 3—The Road Ahead—to be published in 2023
Mustard Seed Trilogy: Atonement and Trinitarian Dialogues with Skeptics and Believers to be published in 2023

Contact Information:

Terry Kelleher

Professor Emeritus
World Religions and Asian Studies
Manhattanville College

Since retiring, I have made presentations on such Asian-related topics as the Silk Road, Women in Traditional China, and the Challenges of Asian-Americans Today to Greenwich Continuing Education and the Byram Library.

Present interest: memoir writing

Contact Information:

Joanne Kuebler, Ph.D.

Selected Publications
Richard Pousette-Dart: The New York School and Beyond, Sam Hunter and Joanne Kuebler, editors Skira, Milan, 2005
Richard Pousette-Dart ,  Joanne Kuebler and Robert C. Hobbs, with essays by Donald C. Kuspit and David Miller, exhibition catalogue, Indianapolis Museum of Art in collaboration with Indiana University Press, 1990

Adjunct Professor of Art History at Manhattan College, Riverdale, NY, present job

Contact Information:

Laurin Macios

Doris Mady

Education Graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology
Studied at School of Visual Arts, Westchester Community
and Skidmore Colleges

Background Advertising Creative Director in advertising Top-Twenty ad agencies and the nonprofit sector. Currently full-time artist

Dreamlineartists (Private Facebook artists group)v Fairfield County Plein Art Artists
Greenwich Arts Association
Greenwich Pen Women – Treasurer 2020-22; Webmaster: 2016 – presentv Instagram’s FairShareArt
Katonah Art Museum’s KMAA
New Rochelle Art Association
Rowayton Art Center – Exhibiting Member
Stamford Art Association

March. 2023 — Tera Varna’s (formerly Art Show International Gallery) Finalist Award for Unconditional Love in their 6th juried show: “PORTRAITS”.
Dec. 2022 — New Rochelle Art Association, Adolph Grant Award 2022 juried show — 1st Place Oils for Pedernal Vista.
Dec. 2022 — Art Show International Gallery 2022 International Juried Art Competition, Honorable Mention for Highest in their 6th juried show: “LANDSCAPE”.
Dec. 2022 — Art Show International Gallery 2022 International Juried Art Competition, Talent Award for Reeds & Water in their 3rd juried show: “WATER”.
Oct. 2022 — New Rochelle Art Association 107th Annual Juried Show, First Place in Acrylics/Oils with It Will Pass
Oct. – Nov/Dec. 2022 — Art Show International Gallery 2022 International Juried Art Competition, Talent Prize Award for Daytime Moon with Evening Shadows for both of their juried shows: “COLOR” and “OPEN”.
July 2022 — New Rochelle Art Assoc., Jules Bauer Award Show 2022 – Third Place: Tall Birches, Honorable Mention: Red Rage
July 2022 — Stamford Artists Association’s juried show Vivian & Stanley Reed Marine Show: Honorable Mention with Purple Dusk of Twilight Time
Dec. 2021-Jan. 2022 — Stamford Artists Association’s juried show Celebrates 50 Years of Bringing Art to the Community: 2nd Place Winner with It Will Pass
June 2021 — New Rochelle Art Association, Jules Bauer Award — Juried Show, Best of Show with Ode to Clouds/Coming Home. This painting will also be on display in the New Rochelle Mayor’s office thru 2023.
May 2021 — New Rochelle Art Association, Dermot Gale Award Show — Juried Show, 1st Place in Oils for Lavender Fields Forever
Dec. 2019 — New Rochelle Art Association, Adolph Grant Exhibit — Juried Show, Honorable Mention, Oils for Visitor

Contact Information

Heidi Matonis

Arlene Mark

“Racing Team”, Highlights for Children, December, 2004
“No Petting the Orangutans, Please”, Stepping Stones, July, 2006
“Mystery Killer–A Lobster Whodunit”, Greenwich Magazine, March, 2004
“What’s Killing all the Lobsters?”, Greenwich Historical Society, July, 2004
To the Tower–A Greenwich Adventure (Plenum, 2002)
Paraverbal Communication: Not Through Words Alone, 1990

Helen Gratz Rockefeller Outstanding Volunteerism Award from Family Centers, Greenwich, CT, 2007
“Racing Team”, Best in Issue Award, Highlights for Children, 2004
Bank Street College Doctor of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa, 1991

Professional Memberships
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators
American Psychological Association

Evalyn Edwards Milman

BS, Cornell University
MS, Teachers College, Columbia University
MS, Art History, Hunter College, City University of New York

Docent, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
Art Curator, Museum of Art Science and Industry, Bridgeport, CT
Columnist and Art Reviewer for various newspapers
Teacher/Lecturer of Art History at Norwalk Community College
Author of various exhibition catalogs:
President of cultural tour/travel company, Day Trippers, Inc
Art Council member of the Johnson Art Museum at Cornell University
Education and Community Outreach Council member of the New York Philharmonic.     

Contact Information

Diane Tunick Morello

• Life as a straight talker
• Aspiring novelist, blogger, open mic leader, community gardener, avid traveler and photographer
• Former fellow, analyst, writer, presenter and managing VP at Gartner Inc., Stamford, CT

Select Writings
• Learning to Be a Beginner Again
• Modern Collaboration
 A Seared Memory: A Fright Threatens My Safety and Alters My Path
• The Sparkling Lights of Passover

Business Publications
• Building Digital Business Dream Teams (Wall Street Journal)
• Jobs 2021 (Gartner Inc.)
• Bold Steps CIOs Can Take to Extend Expertise, Skills and Performance Without Hiring (Gartner Inc.)
• IT Workforce Transformation Is the Next ‘Wicked Problem’ for CIOs (Gartner Inc.)
• Interview: Is tech turning contract work into the future of employment? (TechRepublic)

Awards and Recognition
• Greenwich Pen Women, Vice President (2022 through present)
• Greenwich Pen Women, Letters
• National League of American Pen Women
• Gartner Fellow, Gartner Inc.

Contact Information

Ronda Muir

Selected Publications and Presentations

Book: Beyond Smart: Lawyering with Emotional Intelligence American Bar Association 2017
Blog: Law People
Select articles:
• “Why Litigators Should Care About Emotional Intelligence,” International Bar Association Litigation Committee Newsletter, September 2019
• “Why Criminal Defense Lawyers Should Care About Emotional Intelligence,” the PACDL’s For The Defense, February 2019
• “What Good Is Emotional Intelligence in Law Management?” ABA Business Law Today October 22, 2018
• “The Emotionally Intelligent Path To Well-Being,” ABA’s The Well-Being Kit for Lawyers August 2018
• “Emotional Data in the Practice of Law,” ARK’s Business Intelligence and Analytics for Law Firms August 2018
• “Using Emotional Intelligence to Meet Lower Demand in the 21st Century,” Modern Legal Practice April 2018
• “How Emotional Intelligence Makes you a Better Lawyer,” Your ABA October 2017
• “The Key to More Profitable Practices in the 21st Century,” ABA’s Law Practice Today October 2017
• “That Old Crying Feeling,”  Organization of Legal Professionals’ OLP UPDATE and FREELANCER; named BlawgWorld Pick of the Week Fall 2011
• “What the New Law Firm Looks Like: the Reinvention of a Reluctant Industry,” October 2009; republished frequently, including on the cover of IOMA Compensation & Benefits for Law Offices December 2009 and Partner’s Report December 2009
 “The Depression Demon Coming Out of the Legal Closet,” republished in Virginia’s Lawyers Helping Lawyers Newsletter Spring 2009
• “Emotional Intelligence for Lawyers,” 2008; republished in the online newsletter of The Saint Petersburg International Legal Forum May 2014

• “Bears,” Evening Street Press #16 Spring 2017
• “Dog Man,” Fiction No. 60 2014
• “Blind Doctor,” The Ledge November 2013-25th Anniversary Issue
• “Names from History,” StoryScape Issue 10 Spring/Summer 2013
• “Bolt,” Forge, Issue 6.1 July 2012
• “The Gift,” Quiddity International Literary Journal and Public-Radio Program, issue 2.2 fall/winter 2009-10, broadcast on 91.9 FM HD 89.3,
• “The Cascades,” Cadillac Cicatrix 4 – A Focus on Women 2009
• “Gone,” Willard & Maple, Literary and Fine Art Magazine of Champlain College Volume XIII 2007-08
• First chapters of The Evolution of Certainty, historical novel in progress, The Southampton Review, Volume 11, No. 1, Summer 2008
Presentations: over 100 presentations given around the world relating to emotional intelligence, as listed in Publications and Presentations

Selected Recognitions/awards
2007-2008 Edge International Law Practice Magazine Award for excellence in writing for “The Importance of Emotional Intelligence in Law Firm Partners” August 2008

Professional Memberships
American Bar Association
Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management

B.A. in Psychology with Honors, Swarthmore College
Postgraduate study in Psychology and Mediation, Harvard University
J.D., University of Texas Law School
Postgraduate study in Emotional Intelligence, Yale University

Contact Information
Website: Law People Management

Barbara O'Shea

Selected Publications/Exhibits
2110 NLAPW Biennial Juried Arts Competition, Arkansas Heritage Museum
2009 DISPERSION, CWOS Juried Exhibition. Art Space, New Haven, CT
2008 Exhibition Catalogue 91st Juried Show Greenwich Art Society; The Advocate & Greenwich Sunday Time; The Greenwich Post; The Greenwich Citizen; New York City Hotel Guide; The Vassar QuarterlyGreenwich Magazine; The New York Daily News; New York Newsday; Harlem Episcopal School; Granville County Historical Society Museum, Oxford, NC; Faces of Photography, Wilton Arts Council, Wilton, CT; Photography Club of Fairfield County at Greenwich Audubon Center Gallery; Westchester Photographic Society at Pleasantville, NY Library; Main Street Studio Fine Art Photography Gallery, Jamaica, VT

Selected Recognitons/Awards
2016 Biennial Art Exhibit of The National League of American Pen Women,  Washington DC, Honorable Mention Award
2016 Greenwich Art Society 99th Juried Exhibition, Allen Bernard Photography Award
2015 Greenwich Art Society 98th Juried Exhibition, Fran Brooks Award for Best in Show
2014 Greenwich Art Society 97th Juried Exhibition, Marie Beran Photography Award
2012 The Greenwich Pen Women Owl Award  presented for achievements in the arts and service to the community.
2012, 2009 Art Society of Old Greenwich Annual Juried Show, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library
         First Place Award B&W Photography, 2014 Second Place Award B & W Photography
2013, 2012 Art Society of Old Greenwich Annual Juried Show The Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich Arts Council First Place Award B & W Photography
2011 Shoreline Arts Alliance  IMAGES, 30th Annual  CT. Photography Competition and Exhibition
          First Honor Award, Mill Gallery, Guilford Art Center, Guilford, CT.
2011 Greenwich Art Society 94th Juried Exhibition, Bendheim Gallery
         Charles J. Beran Award for Photography
2010 Juxtapositions, Greenwich Art Society Juried Summer Exhibition, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT.
         Ruth and Robert Newman Award for Photography      
2010 30th Annual Photography Show, Carriage Barn Arts Center, Waveny Park, New Canaan, CT.
         First Place Award B&W
2007 Ridgefield Guild of Artists’ 30th Annual Juried Exhibition
         First Place Award
2007 Greenwich Art Society Juried Summer Exhibition, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich Library, Greenwich, CT.
         Best in Show, The Louis M. Hipp Jr. Memorial  Award,
2007 58th Art of the Northeast, Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT.
          The Christine Dombrowski Award

2016 Near and Far: Inspiration Through My Lens, A Stamford Photography Club, Exhibit, Bendheim Gallery
2016 Art and Sound Gallery, The Big Picture, a group photography exhibition
2015 Solo Show Le Beaux Arts Gallery, Round Hill Church
2014 Salmagundi Club, Annual Juried Photography Exhibition for Non-Members
2013 UConn Stamford Art Gallery, Artists of The Greenwich Pen Women Juried Exhibition
2012 The Greenwich Art Society Coming Full Circle: Celebrating 100 at the Bruce Museum
2012 Art to the Avenue, Winston Flowers, Greenwich, CT.
2011 Look Who’s Here! artists’ make mirrors, Greenwich Arts Council, The Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich
2011 branching out: artists interpret trees at the Montgomery pinetum, Cos Cob, CT.
2011, 14, 15, 2016 Art to the Avenue Farrow and Ball, Greenwich CT.
2010 FARM, A Juried Exhibition of Agriculture, Carriage Barn Arts Center, New Cannan, CT.
2010 30-Year Retrospective Exhibition for 1980 Best in Show, Long Island Arts Council at Freeport, N.Y.
2007 58th Art of the Northeast Juried Exhibition, Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT.

Professional Organizations
Stamford Photography Club

Professional Memberships
Photography Club of Lower Fairfield County

Contact Information:

Judy Ostrow

Magazine features and articles: HomeNatural HomeDown EastWestchester HomeAt Home in Fairfield County, Westport
The Owner-Builder Organizer (Alpha/Penguin, 2008); The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Simple Home Repair (Alpha/Penguin, 2007); The House That Jill Built (Gibbs Smith, 2005), Painting Rooms (Rockport, 2001)
Co-author of : Painting Your House Inside & Out, with Bonnie Rossler Krims (Thunder Bay, 2003); Painting Kitchens, with Steve Jordan (Quarry, 2004)

Professional Memberships
Society of Environmental Journalists
American Society of Journalists and Authors  

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