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Episode 30: Warmth, Email, Books and Relationships

January 29, 2012

(In the words of co-host Bruce Barber as excerpted from the RLSG website)

We gathered to record Episode 30 at Cafe Romeo, the hip, delicious East Rock coffee shop. We were joined by Anne Witkavitch, Kristin Huffman, and Mark Branch, and hosted by Chris Mordececai.

After getting her MFA, Anne Witkavich left Corporate America and started her own communications & change management consulting business. She also compiled and edited the award winning book, Press Pause Moments, and began teaching writing at WCSU. Anne is a health and wellness enthusiast and stays active with her husband, two children, dog and cat. Her philosophy is that if you have a vision and a plan, you’ll get where you’re going no matter what life throws at you.

Kristin Huffman is a multi tasker who really doesn’t like to multi task.  She is a producer, Broadway performer (in the Tony Award winning show “Company”), Artistic Director and founder of The New Paradigm Theatre which is hosting the “So ya wanna be a Broadway Star” competition Jan 28/29th in Stamford. Kristin is a professor at The University of Hartford (Hartt school) and Western CT University.  (She was also Miss Ohio and a runner-up to Miss America which paid off all her student loans at Northwestern University!)

Mark Alden Branch is the executive editor of the Yale Alumni Magazine and a writer with a special interest in architecture and design. He is the father of two boys and lives in the East Rock section of New Haven.

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