Written by Carol Carter Tuesday, July 12 2011“Nothing happens in your life that isn't something that you are meant to learn to get you where you need to go so you can become who you are meant to be. And that meant-to-be might be someone you don't even know exists at this moment in time,” financial expert and author Suze Orman said in an interview. The interview, published at everydayhealth.com, was conducted by Everyday Health’s new “Inspiration Editor” Jillian Michaels, the wellness expert and fitness trainer. The article is called, “Suze Orman on Health, Wealth, and Happiness.”
Carol Carter was a founding staff member of Atlanta Business Chronicle in 1978. During her 18-year tenure, she served as editor not only of the Chronicle but also of seven Chronicle special publications including the award-winning Counterpart, a magazine for Atlanta businesswomen; ChopTalk, official magazine of the Atlanta Braves; and Atlanta Now, which serves the Atlanta convention and visitors industry.
Carter is the author of Junior Dragster Dreams: How Sam Found His Own Ride, the first only children’s novel about junior drag racing. She also wrote Hope & Healing, the 125-year history of Saint Joseph’s Hospital of Atlanta. She was an on-air reporter in Atlanta for WXIA-TV’s Noonday show for two years and was writer and editor of the Optical Data School Media team that produced award-winning videos for classroom use. Carter is an alumnus of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.