Wynn the Peruvian Dog
Series introduces early readers to cultural differences that create sticky situations.
Wynn is the much loved companion of Maddie Leon. Her curiosity and kindness, help her SEE- HEAR-CARE for self and others.
Follow Wynn the Peruvian Dog around the world with Maddie and Victor at www.maddie-and-wynn.com
The Adventures of Maddie Leon
Middle grade reader about growing up in the midst of cultural confusion, change and uncertainty.
Life as she likes it is busted when Maddie’s parents accept a cultural anthropology assignment in Peru. Moving from Vancouver to Lima sucks. Then she meets Jojo Kofi Afram, rescues Wynn from a dog’s life on the streets, and is inspired to use her creativity to help others.
Life should be good – but its not! Her life is plagued with cultural confusion and too much uncertainty that risks becoming catastrophic when Victor and his grandmother Meme, come to live with them.
So much change and uncertainty is exaseperating and downright difficult.
The Upper Deck
2-act play about losing and finding yourself before its too late.
On the sixth day of a 3-week cruise from New York to Dublin, a cruiseliner crosses the Atlantic Ocean and four seemingly different people become entangled in their shared state of despair.
Silenced not Quieted
A memoir about abuse, sexual assault interference | June 2020
Storyteller writes: “Terresa was just the person I needed to put this memoir together. She was totally empathetic to the message I was trying to make and understood when it became very difficult for me near the end as I realized how abandoned my daughter and other survivors of sexual abuse have been by the Canadian justice system – Thanks Terresa.“
Post-graduate literature review “Leadership in Canada”, with Dr. Tim McIntosh, author Leadership Peruvian Style
A+ graduate thesis Leadership in a Cross-Cultural Context
Leadership for Leaders blog
Curriculum (for classroom and community)
Entrepreneurialism | Computerized Business Applications
Page Layout and Design | Business Management
Crews-on-Site: skills training and job placement program for persons with acquired brain injury.