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Working Moms - The Balancing Act of Motherly Love and Career - Jamie Saloff - Author & Entrepreneur

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Jamie Saloff truly exemplifies the “spirit” and the “law” so to speak, of Women Empowerment - Working Mother – the Balancing Act of Motherly Love and Career. Happily married to her husband Tim Saloff since 1979, Jamie had her first son Matthew in 1983. Shortly thereafter in 1985, she was diagnosed with cancer. Declared sterile by her doctors, Jamie surprised her doctors when just one month after her last radiation treatment she discovered she was pregnant with her second son Mark, considered their miracle baby, who was born seven and a half weeks early in May of 1986. In 1990 after her mother passed on and with her personal cancer experience, she began writing her first book on healing, but never found a publisher. As a devoted writer she continued to write resulting in three books: The Collector's Encyclopedia of Cowan Pottery (Collector Books, 1993), The Publishing Center: How to Create a Successful Publishing Center in Your School, Church, or Community Group (Beeline Books, 1996), and Transformational Healing, published in 2005 (Sent Books). Jamie is also heavily involved as a member in good standing with the Pennwriters Organization since 1993, and has also served on its board. She was presented with the organization’s highest award, Meritorious Service in 2006. Embroiled in the spirit of entrepreneurship, she expanded her knowledge, and combined with her love of writing by forming her own in-home business where she now serves as consultant, and guide to authors across the country who want to self-publish their books via Print on Demand. Over the years, Jamie has hosted workshops, organized conferences, and given talks on a variety of topics, always with the intention of helping others improve their lives. She managed an all-volunteer elementary school writing and publishing center where, with the help of 100 parent volunteers, they annually produced over 500 child-written books each year. (For this, she won a PEPPer Award.) She is currentl

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