CHARLES P. LICKSON
Author Charles P. Lickson is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University Law School, a former practicing lawyer, federal judge’s law clerk, special ops group army captain and adjunct professor of political science, who early in his career spent ten years as a law enforcement officer. As a practicing attorney, he handled cases in a variety of places in the United States, Europe and Israel, and had been admitted to many courts including the Supreme Court of the United States. His undergraduate thesis at Johns Hopkins University was on “The Cuban Revolution as a Challenge to the Monroe Doctrine.” Lickson’s many articles and seven previous books have been read by audiences in the United States and abroad. In “A Warrior of Many Faces,” he brings his political science, legal and conflict resolution background to the table, as well as his successful writing career.
In addition to being a Co-Founder of LALO Publishing, Inc., Bryane is degreed in Fine Art. She has taught K-12 Art as well as Adults. Early in her career, she was Director of Arts for the City of Lynchburg, VA. Later, she did window designs for the Hecht Corporation before becoming a buyer and working in Management. Her love of the Arts flows into all categories having also done interior design work. She has been actively involved with floral arranging in the American Traditional Style with the Garden Club of Virginia for many years. Her love of the Oriental Arts led her to study with two Ikebana Masters. She was selected for two consecutive years to create an interpretive Ikebana arrangement at the Annual Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Painting Through Flowers show. Her paintings, prints and sculptures have been in numerous shows, and her works are in several private collections in the U.S.
Megan Amselle is a certified Medical Technologist by The American Society for Clinical
Pathology (ASCP) and a Registered Microbiologist by The National Registry of Certified
Microbiologists (NRCM). She is also a noted author on women’s self-defense topics and
emergency medical preparedness. When she decided to become a small-time chicken
farmer she applied the same meticulous attention to detail and planning that she
exercises daily in her work as a Lead Microbiologist.