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About Me:
As the Founder of the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children, Joanie's passion is to help women be the best they can be as well as become role models for their children and community. Her mission is to provide women with the support and encouragement to move their lives forward and live the life they desire and deserve.

The National Association of Divorce for Women and Children, a 24/7 Resource Center, was created not only because of the lack of support and guidance Joanie experienced after her divorce, but for the many women who experience the same challenges.

Joanie became a successful entrepreneur and business owner of a True Value Hardware store at the age of twenty five. After eighteen years in the retail arena, she embarked on a professional career as a speaker/ trainer, business/personal coach specializing in divorce, Certified Behavior Specialist, and a Certified Laughter Leader. Joanie is also the Divorce Specialist for the National Association of Baby Boomers.

She speaks around the country and her diverse clientele is in the manufacturing, retail, health care, non-profit sector, high tech, and education industries. She is author of Rising to the Top, A Guide to Self Development and hosts her own radio show called The Happy Wednesday Broadcast.

She is also the Founder of the non-profit Happy Wednesday Foundation whose mission is to provide a healthy lifestyle for all children, women and families through educational programs and affordable housing.

Joanie is a proud mom of two children- Kristy, 27, a Doctor of Audiology and Michael, 23. a graduate of Bentley College.

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At 9:36pm on September 15, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Of course you may post an article! You don't have to ask - just click on Add Blog Post and do it! I'll be happy to feature it on the main page as soon as I see it.

I promise I will get to the Expert stuff soon - I've had so many (exciting) projects going.

Glad you connected!

At 9:10pm on September 15, 2008, Susan Allan said…
Dear Joanie,

I am delighted ot know about your work and look forward to learning more. Tomorrow I'm offering a workshop in jail, one of my favorite venues as I have the opportunity to address about 200 men who are domestic violence inmates. Warm regards, Susan Allan
At 7:18pm on September 15, 2008, Joanie Winberg said…
Hello Nadia,
It's nice to meet you! I'm in Massachusetts!
At 5:21am on September 10, 2008, Nadia Thonnard said…
Hi, I'm new here and am all the way in South Africa. I look forward to chat with you. Warm regards. Nadia
At 6:39pm on March 19, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Hi Joanie -

Welcome to Peaceful Divorce! We're delighted to have you here joining in on this most important conversation whose time has come!

We're looking forward to hearing what you have to say in our forum discussions!

Cynthia Tiano

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