Tomorrow my co-host, Ron DiCianni, and I will interview bestselling author Jane Hampton Cook on our “Communicate the Vision” blogtalkradio show at 11 a.m. Pacific time. Please join us streaming live at www.blogtalkradio.com/communicatethevision or listen in on the archives any time–and pass it on, will you? Here’s an introduction to this amazing lady:
Best-selling author, historian, and media analyst Jane Hampton Cook is known for making history both memorable and relevant to today’s news, political events, and issues of faith. Jane is the co-author of Stories of Faith and Courage from the War in Iraq & Afghanistan and author of Stories of Faith and Courage from the Revolutionary War, The Faith of America’s First Ladies, and Maggie Houston. Jane received a fellowship in 2003 from the Organization of American Historians and the White House Historical Association to conduct historical research on presidents, first ladies, and the White House. She is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel.
A former webmaster for President George W. Bush (1998-03), Jane served two years as White House deputy director of Internet news services and three years in the Texas governor’s office. Whether speaking publicly, writing, or analyzing current events, Jane focuses on topics that transcend generations, such as courage, freedom, patriotism, leadership, communication, and womanhood. Her books, columns, and speeches deliver prolific portrayals of modern-day heroes and historic Americans.