Beverly Willett is a writer and former practicing attorney. Her articles have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Newsweek, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Prevention, Salon.com, The New York Post, Parenting and The Daily Beast. She’s also a former Contributing Editor to Chicken Soup for the Soul Magazine and a long-time advisor to Parentalwisdom.com. She has appeared on radio and TV.
She is co-founder and Co-Chair of the Coalition for Divorce Reform, a volunteer, non-partisan organization dedicated to supporting efforts to reduce unnecessary divorce and promote healthy marriages.
A native of Southern Maryland, Willett has lived and worked in New York City for over 20 years. She attended Penn State University where she received a degree in political science, then moved to Washington, D.C. to get her law degree at Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law. As a lawyer, she has worked with the music organization ASCAP, Willkie Farr & Gallagher where she helped form one of New York City’s hottest off-Broadway theaters, MCC Theater, later becoming MCC Theater’s first Chairman of the Board. After Willkie, she headed up business affairs for CBS International before moving to Carro Spanbock Kaster & Cuiffo, where she represented well-known clients in the entertainment business.
Beverly now makes her home in Georgia where she writes and also advocates for the homeless.
Visit her website: www.beverlywillett.com for further information. Also visit the Coalition's website. Follow her on Twitter @BeverlyWillett. Beverly is also available for speaking engagements; please contact her through her website.