Press Release: Anna Lee Waldo – Publishing – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
Anna Lee Waldo Is Published In The Stanford Who’s Who Network SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA, October 26, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who / — An accomplished author and chemist services executive with over three decades of diverse professional experience, Anna Lee Waldo  has enjoyed an enormously successful career filled with several significant achievements, leading to her inclusion in the exclusive network of premier professionals with Stanford Who’s Who. Throughout his brilliant professional career, Anna has routinely exhibited the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be mentioned among the elite. A retired Chemist and Chemistry Instructor on the collegiate level who has built a remarkable reputation for her research into leukemia, Anna Lee Waldo is also an avid historian and critically acclaimed author who has five historical fiction novels to her credit. Her most recent effort, Watch the Face of the Sky, tells the story of a Welsh Druid who sailed to the Americas three centuries prior to Christopher Columbus. Over the course of her incredibly impressive career, Anna also authored the epic novel, Sacajawea, which told her carefully researched version of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and was on the New York Times bestseller list for two months in 1979. In addition, she was the author of a book entitled, Prairie, which was a narrative account of Charles Irwin, a world renowned rancher. Her other efforts were Circle of Stars and Circle of Stones, which were both investigations of Druid themes. During her collegiate career, Anna earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Montana State University and a Master of Science degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of Maryland. She went on to serve as a Chemistry Instructor for several years, working at various institutions, including the University of Dayton and California Polytechnic State University. Evidencing her professional proficiency over the years, Anna has been the recipient of multiple accolades. She was the winner of a Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award and the Exceptional Woman in Science Electron Award from Montana State University. Anna also received the Virginia Betts White Quest Award and was a Pulitzer Prize Nominee for her novel Sacajawea. Additionally, she was named as a Woman of Distinction by the American Association of University Women. To visit Anna’s website click here  To view more information on Anna Lee Waldo click here  Browse the Stanford Who’s Who Business Social Network 
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