Writing about the negative side of humanity has become regular journalism these days, so author Nina Kelly felt compelled to share stories of silent heroes that aren’t normally recognized in the media today in her new book, “Grace Has a Silent Voice.”
Kelly realized how much these specific individuals had impacted her life and has decided to honor them. She holds nothing back when covering hot humanitarian and lifestyle topics such as volunteering, donations and cultural tragedies, like Katrina and the aftermath.
“Life often reveals itself in ways we would not choose,” Kelly said. “Yet in those devastating times, the resilience of the human spirit has the opportunity to shine. It is in those moments that grace comes to weave the fabric we call life.”
Kelly is an experienced humanitarian and community activist, wanting to share positive influences and role models she has observed. From New York City cops to those who participate in donating organs across the U.S., she’s bringing awareness to everyone that everyday we are in contact with silent heroes who make a difference in this world.
Author Nina Kelly resides in New Orleans. She is a well-known community activist within the area. Kelly is the former president of the Children’s Bureau of New Orleans, past chairman of the visiting committee of Loyola University School Of Music, former president of New Orleans Opera Association and former vice-president of Shreveport Opera. Kelly graduated from Pacifica Graduate Institute and is currently completing a two-year program at Assisi Institute in archetypal pattern analysis. She has completed a two-year program from the dream pattern analysis program and studied hypnotherapy at St John’s University.
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