Mary Calhoun Brown has an extensive background in writing, marketing, and public relations. After graduating from Marshall University, she was hired by the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce as its youngest-ever public relations officer. After the birth of her three children, Mary worked as an editor and preschool teacher. When she and her husband, Campbell, learned that one of their sons had Asperger’s Syndrome, a mild form of autism, Mary spent two years home-schooling him during middle school, and it was at that time she developed the outline for There Are No Words. Today, the author serves on the board of the Autism Services Center in Huntington, West Virginia, with autism pioneer Dr. Ruth Sullivan
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