Rhonda Dula to Speak at AABWV 12th Anniversary Celebration

September 15th, 2009

RhondaDulaDr. Rhonda Dula, a 2009-2010 Cambridge Who’s Who VIP member, will be appearing as the keynote speaker at the African American Business Women of Vision’s (AABWV) 12th Anniversary Celebration. The event will take place on Friday, September 18th, 2009 at the Mission Valley Resort in San Diego, California. AABWV is a Christian organization that provides monthly prayer, networking and an educational business forum for African American women who are entrepreneurs, business executives or government employees. These experienced professionals understand the challenges that women of color face while in high profile positions and are there to advise and support each other.


Dr. Rhonda Dula is a retired management analyst with the United States Department of Homeland Security. She has 40 years of work experience, including serving on a drug enforcement special task force with the United States Customs Service and holding United States Diplomatic and Foreign Service status as well as United States Treasury Law Enforcement Officer status. She is a recipient of the National Humanitarian Service Award from the U.S Air Force, the Booker T. Washington National Service Award and the Rosa Parks National Tolerance Award. She also has 20 years of experience as a print model, has appeared as an extra in feature films, and has recorded public service announcements and educational films.

Currently Dr. Rhonda Dula is president and founder of Children’s Angel Network International and president of Security Assessment (SA), an organization that provides personal and professional coaching services. SA is available to individuals, families, organizations, schools, corporations and small businesses. She received her Ph.D. in project management and operational development in 2003.

For more information about the AABWV’s 12th Anniversary Celebration, please contact Dee Sanford at deesanford@cox.net. To learn more about Cambridge Who’s Who VIP member Dr. Rhonda Dula, visit http://www.sa-securityassessment.vpweb.com or http://www.starnow.com/rhondadula.

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Candace Croft, Ph.D., Named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Health and Spirituality

April 27th, 2007

Candace Croft, Ph.D., has been named Professional of the Year in health and spirituality by Cambridge Who’s Who.
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Lancaster, WI April 27, 2007 — Candace Croft, Ph.D., has been named Professional of the Year in health and spirituality by Cambridge Who’s Who. While inclusion in Cambridge Who’s Who is itself an honor, only one member in each discipline is named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year. The Cambridge Who’s Who selection committee hand picks these special Who’s Who honorees based on accomplishments, academic achievement, leadership, and service.

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As president of Tabankhu, LLC, Croft combines her expertise in lifespan development, integrative health, spirituality, and energy work with over two decades of experience in healthcare and education. She gives workshops for many groups, including the National Council on Family Relations, American Psychological Society, and National Institutes of Health. Her Inner Life Attunement™ seminars and speaking engagements focus on creating strength-based lives, relationships and organizations.

Croft is a Reiki master/teacher, advanced practitioner of Emotional Freedom Technique, certified family life educator, and energy therapist. She has authored several articles in professional journals and national publications and writes a monthly column, “Living with Heart.” She is also the author of three books. For more information, visit www.HeartLightShining.com.

Croft received her Ph.D. in health and human development from Penn State, a master’s degree from the University of Arizona, and a bachelor’s degree from St. Olaf College. Prior to establishing Tabankhu, LLC, Croft was dean of Health and Human Services at Southwest Wisconsin Technical College and chair of the Psychology Department at Clarke College.

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E. Dorrit Hoffleit, Ph.D. Remembered by Cambridge Who’s Who for her Contributions to the Field of Astronomy

April 23rd, 2007

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NEW YORK-April 19, 2007 – E. Dorrit Hoffleit, Ph.D. (March 12, 1907 – April 9, 2007) was a world-renowned astronomer, and an expert on variable stars, astrometry, and the history of astronomy. She wrote The Bright Star Catalogue, a compendium of information on the 9,110 brightest stars in the sky. Now in its fifth revision, her work on the catalogue remains a valuable reference to astronomers. She also co-authored The General Catalogue of Trigonometric Stellar Parallaxes, which contains precise distance measurements to 8,112 stars. In 1988, minor planet 3416 was named “Dorrit” in her honor.

E. Dorrit Hoffleit began her astronomical career in 1929 as a research assistant at Harvard University’s Observatory and soon became an expert at spectroscopically determining the absolute brightness of stars. In 1943, she joined the Ballistic Research Lab at Aberdeen Proving Ground where she computed missile trajectories. In 1956, after 25 years at Harvard, Dr. Hoffleit went to Yale to run its star cataloging program. She was also director of the Maria Mitchell Observatory, Nantucket, from 1957-1978. Under her mentorship, 11 women in the observatory’s summer research program went on to earn doctorate degrees in astronomy, and collectively they discovered over 1,000 new variable stars.

Cambridge Who's Who HonoreeDuring her career, Hoffleit wrote hundreds of articles on astronomy. In 1988, she was awarded the George Van Biesbroeck Prize for a lifetime of service to astronomy. In 1993, she was the recipient of the Annenberg Award for Science Education. In 1998, she was inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.

E. Dorrit Hoffleit received her D.Sc. from Central Connecticut State University (1998); D.Sc., from Smith College (1984); Ph.D. in astronomy from Radcliffe College (1938) and her bachelor of arts in mathematics, cum laude, from Radcliffe College (1928).

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