Carol Sorgen is a nationally recognized writer, editor, and public relations consultant. Her articles—on subjects as diverse as travel, health care, education, architecture, interior design, the arts, and business—appear in both print and on-line publications including WebMD, Today’s Diet & Nutrition, CNN.com, Men’sFitness.com, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Chesapeake Home, Maryland Life…to name just a few. She is the contributing editor for The Beacon Newspaper Group, monthly newspapers targeting readers 50+ in the greater Washington/Baltimore area, for which she writes on travel, the arts, health care, and personality profiles. She is also the executive editor of the Internet-based travel publication, JustSayGo.com, managing editor of Annapolis.com and OceanCity.com, and the travel columnist for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women. Carol has authored, contributed to, and edited a number of books on health care, the arts, business, and travel, including The Travel Writers’ Guide to Their Favorite On-Line Travel Sites. In addition, she works as a writer, editor, and public relations consultant through her own site, CarolSorgen.com.
Carol's extensive editorial and public relations experience also includes positions with the National Association of Secondary School Principals, GEICO Insurance Company, the National Clearinghouse for Alcohol Information, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and the Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.
Carol received a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from American University in Washington, DC, and a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from Pennsylvania State University. She is a member of Who's Who in American Women and Who's Who in the Media.
It won’t take you long to figure out what Rhett was talking about when he told Scarlett that he was going to return to Charleston, where he could find “the calm dignity life can have when it’s lived by gentle folks.”