Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
Gayle Tzemach Lemmon worked as a journalist for nearly ten years, and as a producer with ABC News Political Unit. She has an MBA from Harvard where she began writing about women entrepreneurs in war zones, including in Afghanistan.
Andrew Tyler is a freelance journalist who for several years was a special correspondent for New Musical Express on social and political issues. He contributes to Time Out, New Statesman, The Observer and The Guardian. He has extensive experience as a youth worker.
Harry Turtledove has lived in Southern California all his life He has a Ph.D. in history from the University of California at Los Angeles and has taught at UCLA, California State Fullerton and California State University, Los Angeles. He has written many works of speculative fiction and fantasy. He is married to the novelist Laura Frankos and they have three daughters.
* Lives in Aventura, FL (near Miami) * Principals of consulting firm Leadership in International Management
Bestselling author Colin Turner is an internationally acknowledged leader in the field of human potential. Combining Eastern philosophy and contemporary Western experience into a practical format for daily use, his thought-provoking books and lectures blend Universal Principles and Spiritual Growth with the commercial realities of life. His work, translated into 20 languages, inspires people globally, and his principled approach to business has been embraced by leading organisations.
Nancy Elaine Turner was born in Dallas, Texas and grew up in Southern California and Arizona. She began writing fiction as an assignment for a class at Pima Community College and completed a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts Studies from the University of Arizona in 1999 with a triple major in Creative Writing, Music, and Studio Art. She lives in Tucson with her husband and Snickers, a dog rescued by F.A.I.R. She has two married children and four grandchildren. She also enjoys the outdoors, theater, movies, and antiques.For more information visit www.nancyeturner.net
Despite having failed French in her first year at University, journalist Sarah Turnbull moved to France from Sydney in the mid 1990s. Her articles appear regularly in a variety of magazines such as Marie Claire, for which she is a contributing editor. She lives in Paris with her husband Frederic and their dog, Maddie.
Samuel Tsang is a London-based origami teacher. He has folded origami since he was a child and has been teaching professionally since 2003. Samuel finds origami incredibly mindful and he has seen how it can help find flow, de-clutter busy minds and soothe stress with thousands of people. Sam has worked with over 100 companies including some of the world's top internet and luxury good brands, and has introduced origami to students in corporate teams as well as in public workshops. He specialises in making beautiful bespoke origami first anniversary bouquets out of paper and undertakes commissions from private individuals and businesses. He was also the main organiser for the Guinness World Record for the largest display of origami elephants that is permanently displayed at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo. He lives with his wife and two daughters in a house full of origami.
Shefali Tsabary, PhD, received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Columbia University. Specializing in the integration of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy, Dr. Shefali brings together the best of both worlds for her clients. She is an expert in family dynamics and personal development and runs a private practice in New York City. Dr. Shefali has written three books, including the award-winning New York Timesbestselling book The Conscious Parent. Dr. Shefali is also a keynote speaker who has presented at TEDx, Kellogg Business School, the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, and other conferences and workshops around the world. She's been featured on Oprah Winfrey's SuperSoul Sunday and Oprah's Lifeclass.
Shefali Tsabary, Ph.D., received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Columbia University. Specializing in the integration of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy, Dr. Shefali brings together the best of both worlds for her clients. She is an expert in family dynamics and personal development and runs a private practice in New York City. Dr. Shefali has written three books, including the award-winning New York Times bestselling book The Conscious Parent. Dr. Shefali is also a keynote speaker who has presented at TEDx, Kellogg Business School, the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, and other conferences and workshops around the world. She's been featured on Oprah Winfrey's SuperSoul Sunday and Oprah's Lifeclass.
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Fred S. Trueman was born in 1931 in South Yorkshire. He went on to become England's greatest fast-bowler. Since 1968 he has become an administrator, commentator and writer on the game.
Fons Trompenaars is a world-renowned expert on international management. He is the co-founder and director of Trompenaars Hampden-Turner (THT), and together with Charles Hampden-Turner he developed a model of national cultures based on seven key dimensions and how they combine to create the four basic types of corporate culture. Fons was voted one of the the top 20 Most Influential Thinkers 2011 by HR Magazine and has also been shortlisted by Thinkers50 for the Global Village Award. Trompenaars lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Meriol Trevor was one of the most prolific Roman Catholic women writers of the 20th Century. She wrote numerous biographies including an award winning account of the life of Cardinal John Henry Newman. She also published dozens of novels and children's stories and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1967. She died on 12th January 2000 at the age of eighty.
Anthony Trevelyan was born in Lancashire. He read English at Trinity College, Oxford, before going on to further studies at Lancaster University. Currently he lives with his wife near Manchester, where he takes part in performance events such as Flim Nite and First Draft. He works as a teacher of English and Creative Writing at a sixth form college in Stockport. His first novel, The Weightless World, was published by Galley Beggar Press in 2015 and was longlisted for the 2016 Desmond Elliott Prize.
John Trenhaile practiced for thirteen years at the Chancery Bar before leaving the law to devote himself to writing full-time. He is the author of twelve bestselling novels. His first, The Man Called Kyril, was adapted for television and starred Edward Woodward and Richard E. Grant.
James Treadwell was born, brought up and educated within a mile of the Thames, and has spent much of his life further reducing the distance between him and the river. He studied and taught for more than a decade near the crossing at Folly Bridge, Oxford, and now lives within sight of the Tideway in West London.
One of Scotland's best-loved authors, Nigel Tranter wrote over ninety novels on Scottish history. He died at the age of ninety on 9 January 2000.
Pete Townshend is the lead guitarist and principal songwriter of The Who - one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century, selling over 100 million records worldwide - and the composer of the rock operas Tommy and Quadrophenia.
Born in Arkansas, USA, Catherine Townsend was a gossip columnsist for New York Magazine, before moving to the UK. She wrote the weekly sex and dating column 'Sleeping Around' in the Independent and regularly contributed to several newspapers and magazines. She now lives in Los Angeles and writes for Marie Claire and Fabulous Magazine.