The DWW Board

For the term June 1, 2015 through May 31, 2017

Click on the link of the Board Members whose description you desire.

Executive Board

President Carl Anthony

Vice President / New Membership Chair Cindy Hampel

Treasurer Theresa Falzone

Secretary Veronica Dale

Immediate Past President Linda C. Anger


Iris Underwood – Past President & DWW Historian

Theresa Neilsen



Executive Board

Carl Anthony  Need Carl’s bio!




Cindy Hampel  Cindy Hampelhas earned awards for investigative journalism and feature writing. She has reported for daily newspapers, served in corporate media relations, and consulted on editorial projects for nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Cindy lives with her family in Royal Oak, Michigan.


   Theresa Falzone Need Theresa’s Bio!





   Veronica Dale Vernie Dalehas a background in pastoral ministry and writes fantasy fiction. Three of her flash fiction pieces were published online by Flashshot and Scent of an Ending. She won first place in the Julia Grice Fiction Competition with her short story “Dried Beans,” which later appeared in the St. Anthony Messenger magazine. Her fiction has received recognition from Writers’ Digest, Writers of the Future, Rochester Writers and the National League of American Pen Women. Currently she is revising a four-book fantasy series.

   Linda Angér is the owner of The Write Concept, Inc., a marketing communications Linda Angercompany founded in 2000. Her clients have included DaimlerChrysler Corporation, Valeo Corporation, The Crittenton Hospital Medical Center Foundation, HAVEN, The Royal Park Hotel, and small businesses throughout Michigan. Her business writing has been featured in Black Engineer Magazine, Profiles in Diversity Journal, MultiCultural Law Journal, and in many online business magazines. Her poetry and short stories have appeared in national publications such as Mused-the Bella Online Journal, Still Crazy Magazine, and the Almost Touching Anthology.




   Iris Lee Underwood Iris Lee Underwoodis a graduate of Oakland University, a past president of DWW, and former Writer in Residence at the Troy Public Library. Her publication credits include The MacGuffin, Farming Magazine, Michigan Gardener, edibleWOW, Michigan Out-of-Doors, Woods-N-Water News, Rotarian, Metro Parent, Quilter’s World,The Oakland Press, Romeo Observer, Tri-City Times, Eccentric and Observer papers, Detroit News, Royal Oak Tribune, Grand Rapids Press, and the Appaliachian News Express in Pikesville, Kentucky. Iris owns Yule Love it Lavender Farm in Leonard, Michigan.

   Theresa Neilsen


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