Jami Carpenter earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley and master’s from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She was a teacher and counselor for the Clark County School District for almost thirty years, and taught in the graduate counseling programs at UNLV and the University of Phoenix.
While serving as president of the Southern Nevada School Counselors Association, Jami spoke at educational conferences across the country, and she has been a frequent guest on local television news programs regarding social and educational issues. In addition, Jami was executive producer and host of the Vegas PBS television show, Book Club, which featured interviews with local, national, and international authors.
Jami currently works as a freelance editor and ghostwriter. Edited works include Artist’s Proof, Education in the Neon Shadow; The First Fifty Years of the Clark County School District, Perfect Circles: Redefining Perfection, Vegas Die, Wildflowers of the San Gabriel Mountains, and You Are More Than Enough: Every Woman’s Guide To Purpose, Passion & Power. Presentation topics include The Mechanics of Editing – A Workshop for Authors, Education in the Neon Shadow – Las Vegas Schools, Past, Present & Future and Top Ten Grammar Gotchas. Further information can be found at www.redpengirl.com.
APRIL 27th ~ 7:30PM
Interview w/ Jami Carpenter
Vegas PBS Channel 10
MAY 23rd, 2009 ~ 11am – 2pm
Clark County Museum Centennial Event
1830 S. Boulder Highway
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