Juanita Bratcher, Publisher & CEO of CopyLine Magazine, nominated for inclusion in International Who’s Who of Professionals

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Juanita Bratcher, Author, Publisher & CEO of CopyLine Magazine has been nominated as a candidate for inclusion in the 2013 Anniversary Edition of International WHO’S WHO of Professionals. The 2013 Anniversary Edition commemorates 85 Years of Publishing Excellence!

International WHO’S WHO has over 20,000 members in 200 countries worldwide and has been publishing biographies since 1928.

Bratcher is the Publisher & CEO of CopyLine Magazine, Host of One on One, a cable television show, Host of “Footnotes to the News”, and a former Investigative Reporter for the Chicago Defender. She is listed in many Who’s Who, including Marquis Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in the Midwest, Who’s Who in Finance & Industry, Who’s Who of International Authors & Writers, Strathmore’s Who’s Who (2003-2004 Edition), Strathmore’s Who’s Who (Millennium Edition), American Biography (2003 Edition), Who’s Who in Executives & Businesses, Who’s Who in the 21st Century, International Who’s Who of Informational Technology, International Who’s Who of Professional & Business Women, Who’s Who Historical Society, Who’s Who in the World (Millennium Edition), Who’s Who in America (Millennium Edition) Who’s Who of American Women (Millennium Edition), Outstanding Women of the 2oth Century, 800 Leaders of Influence (Year 2000), Outstanding People of the 20th Century, 1000 Leaders of World Influence, Outstanding Writers of the 20th Century, 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 20th Century, World Who’s Who of Women, 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century and 2000 Outstanding Scholars of the 20th Century, Who’s Who Historical Society (Certificate of Accomplishment), A Mini View of Black History, Somebody Special, and a 1993 Kool Achiever Nominee.

Books By Author Juanita Bratcher:

· Beyond the Boardroom: Empowering a New Generation of Leaders (A Biography of John H. Stroger, first Black President of the Cook County Board)

· Harold: The Making of a Big City Mayor ( A Biography of Harold Washington, the first Black Mayor of Chicago

· I Cry For A People: In Their Struggle For Justice & Equality

· Crooked Curves: The Last of the Red Hot Mamas

· A Celebration of Love

· Love Me One More Time

Records by Juanita Bratcher, Released by HillTop Records, Hollywood, California

· “Too Many memories”

· “Everything But Love”

· “I’m Here For You”

· “You’ve Been Gone Too Long” (Three renditions – one instrumental music, two different artists)

· “God Can Ease The Pain”

· “Glorious Day In Heaven”

· ”Freedom, Our Birthright”

· “America, The Land of Freedom”

· Two Songs listed in Songbook, “Hilltop Country” – “You’ve Been Gone too Long”, “I’m Here For You”

· “That Twinkle In Your Eyes”

· “An Overdose of Love”

· “A Toast To Christmas”

· “Chasing The Good Times”

Juanita Bratcher is an Award-Winning Journalist. Her Journalism Career started 38 years ago, after earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Columbia College, Chicago. She is the published author of six books, and the author of more than 600 poems, many of which have been published in various anthologies – Best Poems of 1997, Best Poems of 1988, Best Poets of 1998, Poetry’s Elite: The Best Poets of 2000, A Celebration of Poets, The Best Poems and Poets of 2001, The Best Poems & Poets of 2003, The Sound of Poetry, Theatre of the Mind, and Colours of the Heart.

Bratcher is the recipient of many awards:

· The Kizzy Award – Kizzy Foundation

· Portrait of Achievers Award – Probation Challenge

· Black Businesswoman of the Year

· Everyday Hero Award – Illinois Sec’y of State George Ryan

· Par Excellence Journalism

· Outstanding Support of Human Rights – Illinois Department of Human Rights

· Media Award – Black Contractors United

· From Whence We Came Award – Allstate Insurance

· Press Award – Chicago & Northern District Association of Club Women, Inc.

· Excellence in Achievement – Zeta Phi Delta Sorority, Inc.

· Service Award – Boy Scouts of America

· Service Award – U. S. Department of Education, Region 5

· Exemplary Civic Service – Dorcas Center

· Community Service Award – Ada Park Advisory Council

· Dedicated Service to Community – Firefighters for Justice & Equality

· Certificates of Merit – Chicago Public Schools

· Outstanding Service in the Media & Telecommunications – Delta Sigma Theta Sorority

Bratcher has served as guest, panelist, or guest co-host on numerous television and radio shows, and has participated in many workshops and forums on careers, journalism and politics as a moderator of panelist. She is a former investigative reporter for the Chicago Defender.

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