Angela La Voie has published hundreds of articles and worked with numerous organizations on their writing, editing and training needs. Her credits include MSNBC.com, Arizona Star, The Chicago Sun-Times, Daily News of Los Angeles, Detroit Free Press, Medical Tribune, The Dallas Morning News and ZDNet. She is a former associate editor at Medical Tribune and former assistant editor at the Harvard AIDS Institute.
Angela graduated with honors from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey with a B.A. in English and Communication. She pursued graduate studies in literature at Harvard University Extension School and the University of California at Santa Cruz. In the spirit of being well-rounded, she holds a certificate in Executive Leadership from Cornell University and is a certified yoga instructor and life coach.
Having moved 27 times since her birth in Ancon, Panama, she enjoys being settled in the Denver, Colorado area with her husband and their two dogs. When Angela is not writing, she is working on home renovation, gardening or exploring the best of the West. Angela's book-length memoir, When Someday Came, centers on her quest for self-reinvention following a near-fatal whitewater rafting accident. She is a member of the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, the Association of Writers & Writing Programs, and Women Writing the West.