Heather Henry, Bio
About the Author
Heather Henry was born in Cleveland, Ohio and is the oldest of two siblings. A writer, motivational speaker and music label owner, Heather earned her Associate Degree and Bachelors Degree at Columbus State Community College. While continuously making the Deans list, and graduating with a 4.0 g.p.a, Heather received her Masters degree from Franklin University in Business Administration. Her late grandfather Morris Thorington was a successful non-profit owner and Heather would watch Morris growing up advocating for homelessness. In 2013, Samantha Day Foundation was born with the intention of helping inner city youths overcome their surroundings of limited resources.
In 2014, Heather founded Entity Entertainment, with the purpose of creating a platform for indie underground artist to develop their talents and learn how to use them in the music. With a vision of helping at risk youth, Heather worked with many platforms and became a sub division for many magazine, radio stations and record labels who were looking for talent. In 2014, with the help of a friend, Heather tapped into online radio and was able to load over 5000 songs for underground artist to be heard all over Ohio. Joining forces with a downtown online Cleveland radio station, Heather was a talk show host and her segment included industry news and upcoming events in the Ohio area.
Working with many nonprofit organizations, Heather goes door to door to register voters, speaks with youths in prisons and writes for indie magazines in Ohio. Heather is the coauthor of The Adventures of Booo! And Mooo! Bedtime stories for busy parents to share short stories with their toddlers and preschool children. She is currently creating a digital magazine to showcase small business owners in Ohio, and with law enforcement to bridge the gap with community policing.
Charles E. Campbell, Bio
About the Author
Charles E. Campbell was born into poverty in the Mississippi Delta. He is an author, poet, inventor, entrepreneur and innovator. He earned his high school diploma from West Tallahatchie High School in 1995 with the help of Mrs. McClinton, his math teacher, after failing English. He attend Jackson State University in 1987 and pledged Omega Psi Phi, Fraternity, Inc. Upsilon Epsilon Chapter in 1989. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (BSW) in 1990. He moved to Columbus Ohio to attend graduate school at The Ohio State University, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW) in 1992. He earned a Bioscience Certificate from Columbus State Community College in 2011. His dream is to become a successful children’s eBook author, an Electronic Engineer and a Software Developer. He is the coauthor of the The Adventures of Booo! and Mooo! a series of Bedtime Stories for busy parents with toddlers and preschool children.
He is the father of two children. Shaquita Lashay Johnson-Galloway and Charles Dudley Allen Campbell and two grandchildren Carlos Johnson and Angel Johnson. He has three step-children with the late Shanta Faye Fields. Jenae Fields-Parker and her daughter Journey Parker, Jordan Robinson and Justin Robinson.
He was issued a US Patent for a new type of large-scale hydro power plant designed inside 70-story buildings that he believes can solve Climate Change. His mission is to use his gifts of innovation, ideas and entrepreneurship to solve global problems like climate change, poverty, education, transportation, diseases and war. He plans to build disruptive and innovative technologies that improve the lives of all human beings. He believes that no problems is too big to solve, if you just believe and are not afraid to try.