Renee Daniel Flagler is a freelance writer who has served in marketing, promotions and events for over ten years. Professionlly, her writing has been featured in business and consumer newsletters, magazines, ads, broshures, websites and sales & media kits nationwide.
Flagler has treasured the art of writing since she was a young girl and expressed her delight in the form of short stories, poetry, lyrics and screen plays. Her first published work was a poem featured in her high school year book. In 2004 she took her love of creative writing seriously and self-published her first novel, Mountain High, Valley Low, and later released her sophomore novel, Mis-Guided, in the spring of 2006.
Flagler is also the founder of The Self-Publishing Symposium, a business conference for self and independent publishers and the S'Indie Awards, which honors the works and accomplishments of self and independent publishers.
Under the divisions of Aspicomm Media, Flagler has been able to marry the things she enjoys most, marketing, events and writing, into one fulfilling personal career. She continues to consult clients with innovative marketing support, produce and coordinate works of others aspiring authors. Flagler has been featured in Ebony Magazine, The New York Amsterdam News, Our Times, Caribbean Life Newspaper, The Columbus Post, Black Star News, and Mahogany Baby Magazine thus far. She was also awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year 2005 Award by C&B Books Distribution and the Entrepreneurial Lagacy Award of Excellence by Disigold Soul Magazine. Flagler has also been profiled in the newest work from Amber Books entitled, Litery Divas, The Top 100+ Most Admired African American Women in Literature, among litery greats such as Tony Morrison, Terry McMillan, Oprah Winfrey, and Bebe Moore Campbell.
In addition to being president of CEO of Aspicomm Media, Flagler is currently pursuing the launch of Futures by Design, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering at-risk teenage girls by helping them build condidence and realize their potential in an effort to orchestrate the promise of brighter futures.
Flagler is a graduate of New School University with a Masters in Media Arts as well as a graduate of St. John's University with a Bachelor of Science in Communications. She is a member of the National Black MBA Association, National Association of Female Executives and Publishers Marketing Association. Currently, she resides in Long Island, NY with her husband and children.
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