Reading, Presentation and Book Signing of Locked-In
Join us for a presentation from Carolyn Furdek, author of Locked-In: A Soldier and Civilian's Struggle with Invisible Wounds, on Wednesday, March 15, 6-8 p.m. in Hilary's.
About the Author
Carolyn is a West Point graduate, former Army Captain, combat heavy engineer with multiple deployments abroad. She is a Bellarmine Alumni that practices as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Carolyn is a mental health advocate both for veterans and civilians in the community and seeks to help people who struggle and care for those with invisible wounds. She is donating a percent of the book proceeds to Athena’s Sisters an organization that promotes healing and visibility for veteran women.
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