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Karen Carnabucci (1973, Journalism),
is the author of a new book "Show and Tell Psychodrama: Skills for Therapists, Coaches, Teachers, Leaders," published by Nusanto Publishing. She is a psychotherapist and psychodrama trainer in private practice in Racine, Wisconsin.
Louise (Cannon) Esola (2000, Journalism),
published her first book, "American Boys: The True Story of the Lost 74" (2014, Pennway Books), which shares the true story of the USS Frank E. Evans, the only U.S. warship lost in the Vietnam War and the ongoing effort to memorialize the 74 men killed in the tragedy that was the Navy’s second largest loss of…
Tim Herrera (1979, Journalism),
recently published two nonfiction books to help people finetune their communication skills. They are "Media Training: A Guide to Giving Great Interviews" and "Public Speaking: Simple Steps to Improve Your Skills." Herrera currently serves as communications director for the Sacramento County Office of Education in Sacramento, California.