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Suzanne Paschall

Suzanne Paschall has written and published everything from annual reports and brochures to newspaper and magazine articles; and from short stories to original music, but this is her first book. She has a long-standing interest in entrepreneurism, having started and run several businesses, including her current company, Paschall Arts, which has for 14 years promoted the use of creative arts in business, and business in the creative arts. An American by birth, she earned a journalism degree from Kansas State University, after which she pursued freelance writing, advertising and public relations work in New York City, moving to Canada in 1983. She worked in public relations, and as PR director at McMaster University and the University of Saskatchewan for a total of 14 years before starting her own business. She has a master's degree in adult education with a specialty in workplace learning from the University of Calgary, and her thesis explored how a group of women entrepreneurs in rural Saskatchewan experimented with a South African model of collaborative individualism to help economically rejuvenate their communities. She has lived half her life in the U.S.A. and half in Canada, but considers herself a citizen of the world. When Suzanne moved to the province 19 years ago, she immediately felt the cultural kinship between Kansas and Saskatchewan. She feels privileged to call the beautiful, wild and wise Canadian prairie soil "home".

Books by this Author
Left Out: Saskatchewan's NDP and the Relentless Pursuit of Mediocrity

Left Out: Saskatchewan's NDP and the Relentless Pursuit of Mediocrity

Saskatchewan's NDP and the Relentless Pursuit of Mediocrity
by John Gormley
edited by Suzanne Paschall
cover design or artwork by Caroline Dinter
designed by Jacquline Germin
photographs by Trevor Owen
also available: Audiobook (CD) eBook
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