ggGwen Clifford is a writer and artist/illustrator who resides near her 2 children, Sabre and Katie, and a granddaughter, Mariah, in the breath-taking mountains of western North Carolina. As a young child of seven, ggGwen survived a tragic explosion fi re with the desire to be an artist. Being a burn survivor has given her an inspirational platform as a speaker in many settings, including a university crowd of 6000 and included the President of Zambia. Through the years, ggGwen has won top awards in her poetry as well as her art, and some of her other credentials include:
*Bachelor of Science in Art Education and Therapy
*Who’s Who Young Women of America
*Children’s book illustrator
*Art Teacher and school programs
*Muralist for homes, schools, and hospitals
*Theater and cultural arts programs
*Recipient of US fl ag from Washington, DC
*Honorary Colonel of Tennessee
*Holds the Keys to the city of Asheville
*Presidential and governor recognition
*Television, newspaper and community acclaim
To know more about ggGwen Clifford and to read her story of survival, go to www.lnnocentFootprints.com
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