Dr. Rosanna Herndon on Midlife Magic

The Finding Magic in Midlife Radio Show was produced and archived by Exceptional Wisdom Radio from August 2008 through June 1013, when EWR went off the air. I’m moving the show archives to Choosing To Be Fit because much of the wisdom I’ve gained about creating a body- mind-spirit fitness lifestyle came from reading books by and talking with these exceptional midlife women. The interviews are timeless. I hope you will get to know some of these brilliant, talented, and inspirational women and learn from them as I did.

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Dr. Rosanna Herndon was interviewed on the Finding Magic in Midlife Show in October of 2008.

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Rosanna Herndon

Dr. Rosanna Herndon, faculty and former chair of Herdin-Simmons University Department of Communication and theatre, is an accomplished research scholar in the field of communication. Rosanna is also a professional storyteller and presenter of 5 Summer Intensives for Experienced Storytellers in the United States and Great Britain.

Since 1977, her storytelling activities and publications are extensive. She also serves as co-chair of the National Storytelling Conference, 1994 with over 30 years of national membership. Two of her stories have been included in Best Stories from the Texas Storytelling Festival, and a volume of West Texas stories, The Line from Here to There, A Storyteller’s Scottish West Texas.

Dr. Herndon is President and Life Member of the Texas Speech Communication Association; guest lecturer on several university campuses in the U.S. and Great Britain; and author-presenter of a Master Teacher Video Series, “Key Concepts in the Oral Performance of Literature.” She is also the author and director of numerous Reader’s Theatre scripts; and sits on editorial boards for three professional journals.


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