Yasmin Tirado-Chiodini is an attorney, biomedical engineer and family historian. She is a former U.S. Space Shuttle engineer and adjunct professor of legal ethics and negotiations for the Executive M.B.A. program at Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business in Winter Park, Florida.
In addition to authoring the historical novel “Antonio’s Will,” telling the story of injustice of the first Hispanic executed on the electric chair in the United States, and "Antonio's Grace" a nonfiction book focusing on the clemency process in the case, she is the author of the short story "How the Colonel Got His Nickname," inspired by conversations with one of the living descendants of the family in "Antonio's Will," and of “Does Your Compass Work? A Legal Guide for Florida Businesses.” She also frequently publishes on her blog and various media. She practices business law and lives in Florida with her husband, daughter and their rescued Labradors.
For more information, visit her book's websites at:
www.AntoniosWill.com ~ www.AntoniosGrace.com~ www.DoesYourCompassWork.com
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