Cathleen Elise Rossiter has finally answered the call that the writer in her has been making for decades. Upon graduation from Regis College in Weston, MA with a B.A. in Political Science and a Minor in German, Cathleen embarked on a career in Customer Service and Client Relations with early forays in the fields of publishing and teaching Math to Seventh and Eighth-graders. After thirty years following the corporate path, Cathleen has finally realized that,
“Writing is my oxygen. It is time to stop gasping for breath and breathe deeply, greedily from the atmosphere surrounding me.”To this end, Cathleen has turned to writing as a means to combine her gift of observation, passion for teaching, extensive training in creating superior business relationships (which really extends to relationships of every kind), and love of travel and making lifelong friends in the places she visits. Cathleen’s writing may be found in her blogs The Rossiter Report, Art Life Connection, Impressions, and Tenth Musings. Cathleen lives north of Boston, MA where she is also discovering that there is such a thing as Daylight (an observation she was not privy to in the windowless cubicles that were her corporate home), as well as the pleasure of drinking her coffee while it’s hot and she is stationary, and her new-found passion for gardening.