An award-winning writer, Beth Ann Lombardi loves to interview people and tell their most authentic stories. She has a degree in journalism, but bypassed the pressroom for the board room. After a decade as director of marketing and corporate communications for a medical center, she launched her own business as a marketing consultant and freelance writer. Beth has ghostwritten for more than 500 corporate CEOs, physicians and busy people who (gasp!) do not like to write. The only thing she loves more than being a writer is being Christopher’s mom.
Past honorees of the Compass of Hope Gala, and others associated with the fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, gathered in Hyannis recently to meet this year’s guests of honor – medical honoree Molly Sullivan, MD, and community honorees, the Pendergast family. They will be officially recognized at the Compass of Hope Gala on Oct. 13 at the Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville.