‘Tis the season for graduations. As the mother of a high school senior, I join the families and schools across the state who are sending this year’s crop of graduates out into the world. What’s next for those who have turned the tassel? This week we are joined by Genevieve Morgan, Islandport editor and author of Undecided, Becki Smith, the former 207 Executive Producer and author of Starting Out: Life Lessons for Graduates, and Tim Sample, a widely acknowledged humorist who is a correspondent for CBS news Sunday Morning where he produced postcards for Maine segments.
Genevieve Morgan has made a career out of being undecided. A writer, editor, producer living in Portland, Maine, she graduated from Bowdoin with an B.A. in English then moved to California to become an actor but wound up editor at San Francisco magazine then Chronicle Books, where she managed the launch of their award-winning GiftWorks Division.
She is the author of Undecided, a book that helps post high school grads with the big decisions that affect their education and careers. Her next book, The Fog of Forgetting, book 1 of the Five Stones Trilogy will be released in July.
Becki Smith is the former executive producer of 207, and Bill Greene’s Maine. She’s an adjunct professor of writing at the Southern Maine Community College and is also the author of Starting Out: Life Lessons for Graduates, book that compiles advice from successful professionals that are out in New England.
One of these professionals we have here in the studio, Tim Sample, a widely acknowledged humorist who is a correspondent for CBS news Sunday Morning where he produced postcards for Maine segments.