Born in Atlanta, Georgia,
seventy years ago, Barbara is the devoted daughter of parents
whose deep love for each other spanned sixty years. It was when
her parents experienced problems commonly associated with the
elderly that Barbara became involved in health care. Her book,
MY TIME TO CARE, is a remarkable example of fighting the system
and coming out on top.
After completing High School, she attended the University of
Georgia majoring in psychology. She transferred to the Atlanta
Division and majored in business administration. Soon after,
she was employed by the Coca-Cola Company's Research Division
as a chemist in the formulation of new drinks and products.
She helped develop the formulation for the soft drink, Sprite.
The experience of helping her parents through a difficult time
and her fight with bureaucracy forged a belief that resulted
in the writing of the book. It also changed the paradigms of
convention to the results oriented deeds of action she now lives
by. She describes her book as a textbook for the teaching of
Barbara subsequently married and had three sons. She has been
married forty-three years and has one grandson. She lives in
the Atlanta area.
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