Skot Welch created 101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic from his 30-year experience in international business. Skot has pioneered diversity and inclusion initiatives for Fortune 500 firms in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. He is the owner of Global Bridgebuilders, a successful innovation-through-inclusion firm focused on building sustainable ROI-oriented frameworks that support cultural competence for organizations in a broad range of industries. Skot has found that embracing our differences expands our capacities in business, in our communities, and especially in our lives.
Michael Llewellyn is the author of 21 published books in a variety of genres. While living in the French Quarter, Michael discovered that French painter Edgar Degas had not only visited New Orleans but had extensive Creole family there. Research revealed that Degas switched styles from neo-classicism to impressionism while in New Orleans, and the how and why of that historic change is the focal point for Michael’s historidcal fiction novel, Creole Son. michael-llewellyn.net/
Lynn Vannucci is the Publisher and Executive Editor at Water Street Press , an independent, boutique, highly selective publisher not owned by a parent company or conglomerate. Lynn has been a part of the publishing industry since 1986 when her first novel, Coyote, was published by Bantam New Fiction. Lynn has since written a weekly newspaper column, non-fiction articles for publications including the San Francisco Chronicle, romance fiction (under a pen name), and been included in an anthology of Italian-American women writers, The Voices We Carry (Guernica Press). www.WaterStreetPressBooks.com