Meet Deanna L. Cauthen

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TPS Public Relations owner and operator, Deanna Cauthen, is an event marketing specialist and has partnered with churches, local government, private businesses and other organizations in the metro-Atlanta community to create and deliver a variety of community events, including the You’re Hired!- A Resume and Job Assistance Event, the Atlanta Starving Artist Art Show and Auction and Celebrating the Change: A National Menopause Awareness Month Forum.

Mrs. Cauthen also works as a contributing writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Decatur Dispatch and Tucker Times news magazines, publications of Hometown News Inc. She has also been a staff writer for the Stone Mountain-Lithonia Patch, an online media outlet of AOL.com and she has written numerous articles for local and national publications including Christianity Today and Home Education magazines.

For 15 years, she owned and operated Stories and More, a professional storytelling service, performing story programs at a variety of venues in the metro Atlanta area. She is also the author of Fabulous Funky Fairytales, an audio story song album for children, which received raving reviews by both the School Library Journal and Booklist publications.

In addition to her public relations work and writing, Mrs. Cauthen is a member of the DeKalb Christian Home Educator Association where she serves as the board member and newsletter editor of the DCHE Dispatch. She is also a board member of the Northeast Independent Preparatory Association where she serves as the organization’s webmaster.

She lives in Decatur, Georgia, with her husband and is currently homeschooling their youngest daughter.

For more information about services, call TPS Public Relations at 404-510-4634.

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