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After receiving the tips taken from the expert’s outcomes research, the Highly skilled Illustrators and top talent writers will be engaged in the project in case of producing children’s books.

Prof. Dr. Phil Zuckerman (born June 1969 ,26), is a professor of sociology and secular studies at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He specializes in the sociology of secularity. He has been a guest professor, at the University of Aarhus, Denmark for several years in the case of educating “Secularization in Scandinavia“. He is the author of several books, including Society Without God (2008) for which he won Foreword Magazine›s silver book of the year award, and Faith No More (2011). Lina Gets A Mango shows his talents and skills to communicate to a wide range of society through which not only students and experts, but also children know him.

Dr. Marcus Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Pitzer College. He is also the Clinical Director of the Boston Child Study Center – Los Angeles. Dr. Rodriguez grew up in Mexico, studied in Germany during college, lived in China for 9 years after college, and has traveled to more than 70 countries. He was educated at Peking University (MA), Duke University (PhD) and Harvard Medical School (Internship). As a clinician, Dr. specializes in delivering Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). As a consultant, Dr. Rodriguez works for Behavioral Tech and has co-led DBT trainings for mental health professionals in Australia, China, Mexico, Nepal and throughout the United States. As a scholar, Dr. Rodriguez has published dozens of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and made more than 50 presentations at professional conferences in the US and internationally.

Dr. Lauren Wadsworth is the founder and director of Genesee Valley Psychology, a specialty clinic in Rochester, New York. Dr. Wadsworth is a licensed clinical psychologist passionate about furthering diversity and inclusion efforts. Dr. Wadsworth obtained her graduate training at the University of Massachusetts Boston, a Clinical Psychology program with a Scientist-Practitioner model steeped in learning about the role of identities in research and clinical work. Dr. Wadsworth›s favorite part about her work is providing trainings to business, clinical staff, and researchers aiming to increase their cultural humility and competence. As a scholar, Dr. Wadsworth has published over 20 peer reviewed articles and book chapters, and has provided over 50 lectures, trainings, and seminars to professional audiences in the US and abroad.

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