Carolyn blogs about life at: www.underthevines.com Carolyn graduated from Zama American High School in Japan and from San Diego State University. She worked as a college instructor for the San Diego Community College system, as a commercial actress (SAG, AFTRA), and as a political consultant for the Connect Program at the University of California San Diego. Carolyn served two terms on the Sweetwater Community Planning Group. She was an appointed member of the California State Republican Party for several years in the 1980’s. (I know, I know!). Carolyn and her husband have built two sailboats and have sailed in the United States, Turkey, Greece, Mexico and the Bahamas. In 1992 Carolyn and her husband moved their family from San Diego, California to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In Wyoming, Carolyn fell in love with the Teton and Yellowstone areas and concentrated on family, hiking and skiing, writing and cultivated a hobby of jewelry design. In 2011 Carolyn and her husband moved back to San Diego where she is concentrating again on the political scene, writing and art.
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