James Hamilton, a Corporate Talent Acquisition/Management Consultant for more than 30 years, with prior educational consulting and brief teaching experience, is a lightly published poet and occasional opinion editorial essayist. He considers himself independent, eclectic, with spiritual humanistic views, but resists being labeled for the limitations they can impose upon understanding of personal expression. He is a former senior/little league baseball coach for 13 years and active in the local community for a longer period, along with his wife and four children, who are now adults.
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2011 Memories, 2012 Dreams Contest
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