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Ms. Susan Bremer O'Neill

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Development Director

Phone: (804) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Lawrence , Massachusetts , United States
Community Group , Inc.
2100 F.M. 407
Highland Village , Texas 75077
United States

Company Description: The Community Services Group brings together a family of organisations' committed to supporting and enhancing the quality of life of some of Australia's most...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Associates Degree , Laser Technology
    North Central Technical Institute
  • Bachelor of Arts degree
    Vermont College
  • Bachelor's Degree , Spanish Language and Literature
    Brandeis University
  • Master's Degree , Education
    Salem State College
  • master's degree , health information and informatics management
    College of St. Scholastica
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Susan Bremer O'Neill is an ...
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Susan Bremer O'Neill is an unconventional self-help expert who's been a pioneer and trail blazer her entire life. She went from being a buttoned-up scientist working on the world's most powerful laser system to being an exotic dancer working in Gentlemen's Clubs. She produced the woman-empowering DVD, Striptease for Real Women. and founded Self Appeal® to empower every woman to see her true value and beauty for increased confidence and courage. Her first book, a memoir of her incredible journey to self-respect and love, From Sex Appeal to Self Appeal: One Woman's Journey to Recover Her Body, Her Sexuality, Her Self, took close to nine years from start to publication because of its personal nature and depth of writing. She regularly speaks to women's groups of all ages, and she's been interviewed on local and national radio, television, and in newspapers. Continuing her study of relationships and psychology, Susan coaches women to build Self Appeal and the relationship with themselves, while living with and loving her husband and five rescue animals, three cats and two dogs, in Modesto, California.
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Sue O'Neill is the co-editor. She has worked as a reporter/photographer/columnist for two weekly newspapers. Sue has been published over the years in a few national magazines, a couple of regional glossies and many, many local newspapers. Her collection of short stories, Don't Mean Nothing, was published in November of 2001 by Ballantine Books. Here is her Web page .
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Our editor, Sue O'Neill, just had her collection of short stories accepted by Ballantine Books and had two non-fictional pieces published in Adventure Cyclist and Chatahoochie Review.
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9/01. Our editor Sue O'Neill's story collection is out now.
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Our editor Sue O'Neill is listed under Notable Essays of 2000 in "Best American Essays 2001" for The Surgeon's Little Helpers ( Chattahoochie Review, Summer).
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3/04: Sue O'Neill's Don't Mean Nothing is published in paperback by UMass Press. Congratulations, Sue!
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11/04: Sue O'Neill and Mark Budman are pleased to nominate the following stories published in 2004 for the Pushcart Prize:
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12/04: Sue O'Neill and Mark Budman are pleased to nominate the following stories for The Fountain Award: Bruce Boston's "Thinning the Bicycle Hoards" and Rusty Barnes' "Death Angels."
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11/05: Sue O'Neill's short story, "The Bingo Game," is now available on Amazon Shorts for 49 cents.
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3/06. Sue O'Neill's short story, "Walking Funerals and High-Heeled Pumps," is now available on Amazon Shorts for 49 cents.
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Sue O'Neill's "Things that Go Bump in the Night" appeared on Amazon Shorts
August 06. Her essay "The Hungry Ghosts" appeared on Amazon Shorts
August 06. Sue O'Neill was featured in the documentary, Viet Nam Nurses, with Dana Delaney, on WE network.
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6/09 Sue O'Neill won the third place in Writer's Digest 2009 Short Short Fiction Contest.
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vestalreview.net [cached]
Our editor, Sue O'Neill, just had her collection of short stories accepted by Ballantine Books and had two non-fictional pieces published in Adventure Cyclist and Chatahoochie Review.
...
9/01. Our editor Sue O'Neill's story collection is out now.
...
Our editor Sue O'Neill is listed under Notable Essays of 2000 in "Best American Essays 2001" for The Surgeon's Little Helpers ( Chattahoochie Review, Summer).
...
3/04: Sue O'Neill's Don't Mean Nothing is published in paperback by UMass Press. Congratulations, Sue!
...
11/04: Sue O'Neill and Mark Budman are pleased to nominate the following stories published in 2004 for the Pushcart Prize:
...
12/04: Sue O'Neill and Mark Budman are pleased to nominate the following stories for The Fountain Award: Bruce Boston's "Thinning the Bicycle Hoards" and Rusty Barnes' "Death Angels."
...
11/05: Sue O'Neill's short story, "The Bingo Game," is now available on Amazon Shorts for 49 cents.
...
3/06. Sue O'Neill's short story, "Walking Funerals and High-Heeled Pumps," is now available on Amazon Shorts for 49 cents.
...
Sue O'Neill's "Things that Go Bump in the Night" appeared on Amazon Shorts
August 06. Her essay "The Hungry Ghosts" appeared on Amazon Shorts
August 06. Sue O'Neill was featured in the documentary, Viet Nam Nurses, with Dana Delaney, on WE network.
...
6/09 Sue O'Neill won the third place in Writer's Digest 2009 Short Short Fiction Contest.
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07/10 Sue O'Neill's book "Don't Mean Nothing" has been released in an expanded paperback edition by Serving House Books.
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vestalreview.net [cached]
Sue O'Neill is the co-editor. She has worked as a reporter/photographer/columnist for two weekly newspapers. Sue has been published over the years in a few national magazines, a couple of regional glossies and many, many local newspapers. Her collection of short stories, Don't Mean Nothing, was published in November of 2001 by Ballantine Books. Here is her Web page .
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