Chloe JonPaul - . Bowie, MD, US
Chloe JonPaul - . Bowie, MD, US

Chloe JonPaul

sole proprietor | CJP Enterprises

Bowie, MD, US

Experienced, dynamic speaker who engages her audience with interactive material

Biography

About Chloe

Her many achievements include:
* Three published books since 2003: 2 non-fiction, 1 fiction
* Title of Ms. Maryland Senior America 2003
* Recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship Seminars Abroad award to South
Africa, 1996
* Volunteer internship during the 2005 Maryland legislative session as a Legacy
Leadership Institute graduate
* Lead facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project in prison and
community workshops on conflict resolution for ten years
* State representative for the National Family Caregivers Association’s caregiver
community action network 2006-2008
* Advisory board member: MD, Healthcare Commission and the Interagency
Commission for Aging Services: Maryland Dept. of Aging
* Hospice and homeless shelter volunteer
* Coordinator for the Good Samaritan Project at her church
* World traveler – all 7 continents

Chloe’s latest book, This Business of Children, is a novel – and it definitely isn’t kid stuff! Several persons who read the manuscript feel that it is definitely movie material. The book is now available at all major book sellers and is also available on Kindle.

Chloe’s philosophy of life is: find a need and fill it.

Other Published Titles

What Happens Next? A Family Guide to Nursing Home Visits…and More
ISBN 1 932433-00-7 Non-fiction

Entering the Age of Elegance: A Rite of Passage & Practical Guide for the Modern Maturing Woman
ISBN 1-935097-05-9 978-1935097051 Non-fiction

Industry Expertise (4)

Elder Care Corrections Women Education/Learning

Topics (3)

Caregiving: Celebration or Catastrophe? The Inmate's Guide to Transformation & Success Entering the Age of Elegance: A Rite of Passage & Practical Guide

Accomplishments (1)

Background Information

professional

*Lead facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project in prison and
community workshops on conflict resolution for ten years
* State representative for the National Family Caregivers Association’s caregiver
community action network 2006-2008
* Advisory board member: MD, Healthcare Commission and the Interagency
Commission for Aging Services: Maryland Dept. of Aging

Affiliations (2)

Maryland Writers Association The Transition Network

Talks (1)

Why Is Peace Such a Dirty Word?

This talk, given to faculty and students at Buena Vista U. can be seen on You Tube. Watch what happens when the speaker engages the audience in an exercise called "Perceptions Based on Partial Knowledge".

Speaking Style

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