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Amy Shojai Cat Writers’ Association Co-Founder Named 11th Germinder20 Power of Pink Honoree



Publisher, Author, Pet Lover Honored For Decades of Writing and Publishing Success

Germinder + Associates has named Amy Shojai, a co-founder of the Cat Writers’ Association (CWA), publisher, author and pet lover, as the eleventh #Germinder20 #PowerofPink Honoree to receive the award. Shojai has designated the CWA to receive $1,000 for her Honoree donation. To read more about her story, click here. #Germinder20 #PowerofPinkHonoree

Amy Shojai“I am honored to be among the stellar group of individuals singled out by Germinder + Associates,” said Amy Shojai. “Thisrecognition means even more, coming from Lea-Ann, a professional who has taught me so much over the years about professionalism, collaboration, and putting passion to work. I not only admire her as a colleague, but I treasure our friendship.

Germinder and Shojai first met when the CWA hosted its conference in Kansas City. When Germinder launched Goodnewsforpets in 1998, Shojai embraced the concept from the beginning and signed CWA on as the first media sponsor of the site as a way to promote member books and accomplishments. Since that time they have collaborated on many other projects and ways to promote CWA sponsors and members. It’s that collegial spirit that Germinder treasures the most.

“I’m so thrilled to announce Amy Shojai as the 11th Honoree. She is the best of collaborators. Now we get to celebrate her — the launch of her Write Schtuff Coaching webinar series, honor her mentoring and coaching of writers through the years, and celebrate again her co-founding of CWA with the 25th Anniversary of the CWA Banquet and Conference in St. Louis next year,” said Lea-Ann Germinder, APR, Fellow, PRSA, Founder and President of Germinder + Associates, Inc.

Amy is a certified animal behavior consultant, and nationally known authority on pet care and behavior. Her newest project is her “Write Schtuff Coaching Series”. The online presentation is live and recorded for replays, in which she ask attendees what they need and want, answers questions, give a PowerPoint presentation, offers handouts and other perks, and recommends no-to-low-cost resources that she’s found helpful in her own work.

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