Brooks Featured In New Book “Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature”
Stephanie Brooks, PhD, senior associate dean for Health Professions and Faculty Affairs at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions. Stephanie Brooks, PhD, senior associate dean for Health Professions and Faculty Affairs at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions, is featured in a chapter in Stephana Colbert’s new book, Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature.Read the full article
J.C. Moore interviews Stephana Colbert, Author & Publisher
Author and publisher Stephana Colbert discusses her latest release ‘Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature.’ It is the second in a 4-book series. As the head of Jewell Jordan Publishing, LLC, Stephana works towards increasing diversity in literature.
Storytellers Celebrate Black History Month Virtually: Ginger Campbell Interview
BY EDWIN FOLVEN / JANUARY 28, 2021
Park Labrea News / Beverly Press
In celebration of Black History Month and Women’s History Month, author and publisher Stephana Colbert will host virtual conversations with women profiled in the upcoming book, “Ordinary Extraordinary African American Women: As We Mature.” The book features the life-stories of women who have experienced heartache and joy while persevering in the face of struggle.
Colbert is the founder of Jewell Jordan Publishing, a small independent publisher. The first event is Sunday, Jan. 31, at noon, and Colbert will interview Los Angeles resident Ginger Campbell, CEO of Snap Productions, to discuss her chapter in the book, “Following Her Passion.”Read full article
A local author chronicles the lives of 10 African-American women
By Lea Terry | Oklahoma Gazette
Stephana I. Colbert’s book explores the stories of 10 African-American women from all walks of life.
Author and attorney Stephana I. Colbert was having dinner with an old friend when the conversation turned to the civil rights movement and her friend’s involvement with it. She hadn’t previously known the extent of her friend’s contributions to civil rights and realized that for an entire segment of the population, their efforts to work toward equality went largely unnoticed.Read full article