Dr. Lucie Lewis is an experienced freelance technical and creative writer. Passionate about writing and its value in building understanding, she is a storyteller and an educator at heart. She believes that writing is an incredibly powerful educational tool and that education is a lifelong journey. She is the owner/founder of Creative Futures, LLC providing diverse writing services to her clients.
Lucie also loves just “looking stuff up” and “making sense out of nonsense.” An avid genealogist, Lucie researches anything that will give her a better understanding of the shoulders upon which we stand and the lives that our ancestors led. She is always looking for a more thorough knowledge of the world in which she lives, clearer insight into anything that just does not make sense to her or anything that she becomes curious about.
Lucie draws on her diverse background including 22 years experience in higher education to develop her strong analytical and research skills that allow her to explore challenging topics and forge new understanding. She has applied that skill to research topics as disparate as theological concepts explored in this book and the historical backdrop for her genealogical research.
She holds an Ed.D from William Howard Taft University in Educational Leadership, an M.A. in Human Services Administration from Springfield College and a B.S. in Elementary Education from American International College.
Lucie has been published in the Afro American Point of View Community Newspaper and Executive Forum Magazine. She is currently writing for Western Mass Women’s Magazine and UnityFirst.com.