Tracy Ní Fhlaitherata is Merchandising Executive at the Book Hub Publishing Group. She has experience across a wide spectrum of products and territories and brings her creative edge to our Author product profiles.
Anna Gray is a psychotherapist and author with Book Hub Publishing. She is our Northern Ireland senior script reviewer and also works with our Thesis Clinic. Anna sits on our Advisory Panel (2021-2022 term) and acts as a mentor with our first time authors. She is writing contributing chapters in our Mental Health For Millennials Series publications.
Susan McKenna is Director of The Book Hub Publishing Group and holds a first class honours Degree. Susan has lectured in the IoT sector and has published academically in Ireland and abroad. Her empirical work took her to both Europe and North America to research. She has two decades experience in human services and writes and edits in the areas of children, childhood and families. Susan is writing contributing chapters across our Mental Health For Millennials Series (1-7) and has co-edited the book, Exploring #Connectedness (2021).
WELLNESS & MENTAL HEALTH
Meghann Ni Scolai is a graduate of the Masters in Journalism programme at the National University of Ireland at Galway. Meghann is a broadcaster and journalist and her own book, ‘Broken Love: My Journey Through Loss & Grief’ was released in Spring 2018 and has gone into seven reprints. Her second book, ‘Little Pocket of Love’ was published in December 2020. Meghann is contributing a chapter in each of our seven #MentalHealth4Millennials volumes (2017-2023). She is our podcast series interviewer and coordinator.
MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST & TRAINING
John O’ Mhaidain holds a Masters Degree in social care and has specialised in mental health, suicide awareness and social and community issues. He has presented workshops and training seminars nationally. John works with us across our subsidiary companies in training, social media management, research and content writing. He is scheduled to contribute a chapter to each of our five #MentalHealth4Millennials volumes in addition to having edited volume 2 in our series which was published in October 2018.
Editor, Rare Swan Press.
Renée Sigel is European Consulting Editor with a wealth of experience as an independent editor and publisher. As a mentor and educator, she has lead and designed language and writing courses, while occasionally taking on individual masterclass students looking to prepare manuscripts for publication. She has a wide range of experience across multi-disciplines, having collaborated with both academic and corporate clients and international institutions. With training and experience in journalism and media production, as well as published poet, she brings an understanding of the challenges from both sides of the writing and publishing world. She most recently co-edited Going Home to Wyoming, the forthcoming Selected Poems collection by distinguished poet, John Ennis and her latest book, ‘Falling Slowly’ will be published in late summer 2021.
FOOD TOURISM & MILLENNIAL CULTURE
Cáit (aka #TheCulinaryCelt) is passionate about exploring contemporary culinary experiences. She promotes the areas of food sustainability and food tourism through blogs, articles and writing contributions to various publications. Cathy holds a 1:1 Masters Degree in Marketing and is contributing a guest chapter in each of our #MentalHealth4Millennials Series (2017-2023). She is scheduled to publish a Self-Guidance Mindful and Eating Gratitude Journal in early 2022.
BLOGGER AND CLIENT LIASION
Dr. Mary Helen Hensley is an international speaker, best-selling author, chiropractor and metaphysical healer. She was the very first author at Book Hub Publishing and has published several books with us over the last decade. Dr. Hensley is Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Equality with us.
SCIENCE EDITOR & MARKETING SURVEILLANCE
Dr Phil Noone holds an MSc in Mindfulness Based Interventions, a PhD in Sociology, a Diploma in Mindfulness and Positive Psychology and an MA in Health Promotion. She is a qualified Nurse/Midwife who has extensive experience working abroad in a variety of health and wellbeing settings.
Dr. Noone is passionate about holistic health and well-being and currently delivers Mindfulness to staff as part of Mindful Way in NUIGalway to undergraduate nursing students and in a variety of community settings.
In addition, Phil has lectured in the School of Nursing and Midwifery for 17 years, is an experienced researcher and has published extensively. She is co-editor and chapter contributor of the peer reviewed Mental Health for Millennials Series (1-7) and has written a chapter on environmental action and sustainable living in Exploring Connectedness (2021). She is currently completing a book on the theme of ‘Home’ due to be published in late 2022 and is capturing the essence of cold-water sea swimming through narrative diary exploration.
Dr. Noone has recently set up her own business ‘Ocean Mindfulness’, delivers Mindfulness workshops at corporate level and is co-hosting a series of workshops on Writing and Mindfulness.