Diane D. Sherer Tucker

Diane Sherer Tucker
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Diane D. Sherer Tucker's Biography

Type Of Business:
Sole proprietorship
Marketing Area:
National
Expertise:
Illustration of children's poetry and stories
Major Product/SVS:
Writing
Hobbies/Sports:
Dancing
Education Degrees:
Master's Degree in Theater Arts and Speech Communication, Northwestern University
Affiliations Awards:
Sacred Dance Guild
Charity:
Marytown Shelter, Libertyville, IL; The Catholic Worker Movement, Chicago, IL; Fundraiser, Center for the Fine Arts for Abused Children; The Salvation Army
Number Of Years In Profession:
23
Number Of Years In Current Position:
23
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her strong faith in Christ, vivid imagination and passion for writing about young women.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession after helping her husband, an author, with interviews and research for his book about Benjamin Franklin.
Extended Bio Profile:
Ms. Sherer Tucker has written a series of eight books, called the “Petambi Series” and the “Darby Rumbles” series. Her play, “Darby Rumbles Dolls,” was produced last winter with a cast of more than 50 children and adults. She played the lead, and also wrote all 19 songs. It was a great success. She has just finished her second play, “Darby Rumbles Meets the Queen's Horse.” Ms. Sherer Tucker is interested in meeting publishers of children's stories. She currently does a local radio show every Monday called "From a Mother's Heart," on WGMA 1520 AM. She also funds an organization called the Center for the Fine Arts for Abused Children, which uses art to help heal those with disturbing emotional issues where they cannot be verbal to express themselves. They can express themselves through art.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Writing about women and abortion; Writing and illustrating children's stories
Awards/Honors:
Fletcher Foundation Grant; Emerging Artist Grant
Where Will You Be In 5 Years:
In five years, Ms. Sherer Tucker hopes to continue writing the Darby Rumbles series.
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