Dr. Judith Kolva announces a new business name and brand:
Legacies in Ink
Limited Edition, Heirloom Books
Thank you Bonnie Unsworth and Dee Moustakas, my WEC friends and business colleagues, for your skills and commitment.
I invite you to visit my new website www.legaciesink.comto view my second recent accomplishment: a newly released book entitled The Farm Kids. Click on the book. It will open. You can flip through the pages and see for yourself the power of a family history.
In May I had an opportunity to sell my townhouse and move to Connecticut to be near my son and his family. My house sold in less than a day! I became pretty frantic in getting packed and moved in a fairly short time frame.
I want you to know how much I enjoyed being a WEC member for nearly 20 years and getting to know so many of you and making friends. I miss you and wish you all good luck and prosperity!
By the way CT is gorgeous this time of year and I'm loving it. (Haven't figured out how I'm going to stay warm in the winter yet!) I'm hiking, walking and joined a book club. It's also great fun seeing my grand kids all the time. I will still be working, and am excited about my new adventures!
Dr. Judith Kolva is a professional personal historian who earned a Ph.D. in the psychology and practice of personal history. Judith is comfortable and welcome in Fortune 500 boardrooms and family living rooms.
Judith helps advisors and wealth managers lead affluent families to what Jay Hughes terms “seventh generation thinking” via preserving families’ TRUE WEALTH: their human, social, and intellectual capital. TRUE WEALTH is comprised of families’ stories, values, traditions, pride, and hard-learned lessons. In a word, their history.
Judith founded Legacies in Ink in 2004. Since then she has written and produced over 30 limited edition, heirloom books for individuals, families, and family businesses. Legacies in Ink’s books are unsurpassed in the personal history industry. Judith is a member of the Association of Personal Historians and an award-winning contributor to its transformational My Words Are Gonna Linger: The Art of Personal History.