Fannie has 30 years of combined professional experience in the fields of Writing/Editing/Corporate Communications; Education/Health/Social Services and Business/Social Entrepreneurship.
August 2005 - at Present
Operating since August 2005, LeFlore Communications is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based small business providing Subject Matter Expertise (SME) and Professional Services in the following areas: 1) Research, Writing/Editing and Corporate Communications Consulting; 2) Professional Counseling/Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and 3) Coordination and Facilitation of Trainings, Workshops and Special Projects for Government, Business and Human Services. Owner Fannie LeFlore is affiliated with professional networks for Counseling. Communications and Consulting.
Master's in Education / Community Counseling
at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
1991 - 1993 (2 years) Wisconsin
Bachelor's in Journalism
at University of Iowa
1980 - 1985 (5 years) Iowa
Entrepreneur with experience as Inventor of Consumer Product
Fannie is the inventor of a consumer product, Toothbrush Hygiene Helper (TBH), which has been on the market since Fall 2008.
Trainings as Curriculum Developer, Educator and Instructor
Fannie has taught, as an Adjunct Instructor, writing and counseling courses for college-level students.
Freelance for Diverse Media, and Corporate Communications Projects
Fannie is a former, award-winning journalist (10 years in media) and engages in freelance writing/editing projects. A major role involved Co-Writer/Editor of “The Road Less Traveled and Beyond” (1997), a book by the late psychiatrist and author, M. Scott Peck, MD.
Counseling, Communications and Consulting for Special Projects
Fannie LeFlore's areas of subject matter expertise include crisis intervention, suicide intervention, violence prevention, dynamics of narcissistic abuse and toxic relationships, personality disorders, conflict resolution, communications skills, the impact of racism and sexism and cultural diversity issues, with emphasis on healing and personal growth.