All posts tagged: Sandra Brown

Susan Murphy Milano: Gone But NEVER Forgotten

The world lost a shining star, but heaven gained her. Photos by Monica Caison FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Susan Murphy Milano, National Advocate, Dies of Cancer Nationally recognized for her work with victims of abuse   Myrtle Beach, SC………On Sunday morning, October 28, 2012,  Susan Murphy Milano, one of the nation’s leading pioneer advocates for victims of intimate partner violence, lost her battle with the ultimate abuser, cancer, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Susan left this earth from the home of her close friend, caretaker, and business partner of several years.  She was 52. Throughout her 20 year career Murphy Milano was well known as an outspoken, fiery activist who took on the role of protector of the abused, often using distinctive methods for insuring safety from their abusers. Susan Murphy Milano began her one woman crusade in 1989 after the death of her beloved mother at the hands of her police detective father. Growing up in a household which held many secrets, she vowed that the world would look differently at battered women and provide …

Power Women Magazine and Radio Show Featuring ImaginePublicity Clients

“Power Women Magazine is an online publication with a radio show about women by women for women and issues important to women worldwide. We network to stand in one voice for not only ourselves but for women who can not use their voice. We tackle all issues with the government, state and local communities as well as worldwide groups through our own means or via non profit organizations whom we have partnered with to make that stance. Our Issues range from equal rights for all women to issues of homelessness among women, and everything in between. Our Goals are to empower women no matter where they are or who they are. We must network and stand together in order to to make a change.” In September, premier true crime and mystery author, Diane Fanning was an invited guest on the Power Women Radio show talking about her experiences and research surrounding the writing of MOMMY’S LITTLE GIRL, the first book about the life and tragic death of Caylee Anthony.  In high demand after the trial …