Carrier, Thomas J. 1956-
CARRIER, Thomas J. 1956-
Born March 20, 1956, in Garfield Heights, OH. Politics: "Liberal Democrat."
Agent—c/o Author Mail, Arcadia Press, 2 Cumberland St., Charleston, SC 29401. E-mail—[email protected].
Writer. Arlington County Visitors Commission, member, 1990-92. Military service: U.S. Army, 82nd Airborne Division, 1976-79; received parachute wings.
The Small Meetings Handbook, Small Meetings Network, 1993.
The Historic Walking Tour of Alexandria 1749, L. B. Prince Co., 1996.
Washington, D.C.: A Historical Walking Tour, Arcadia Press (Charleston, SC), 1999.
Historic Georgetown: A Walking Tour, Arcadia Press (Charleston, SC), 1999.
The White House, the Capitol, and the Supreme Court: Historic Self-guided Tours, Arcadia Press (Charleston, SC), 2000.
Complete Small Meetings Planner, Book Publishing Solutions, 2003.
Contributor to periodicals, including Association Meetings, Religious Conference Manager, and Small Meetings Management Tips and Techniques.
Thomas J. Carrier told CA: "As a frustrated teacher, my books on travel, for instance, tend to lean toward providing more than the traditional tour information. For example, I will highlight a historic site by telling the story of the site's evolution from its early beginnings to its current use. The idea is to encourage travelers to discover the hidden history everywhere they travel.
"The same is true for my professional meeting management material. It is important that the information I provide be more comprehensive, be easily understood, and be of immediate use. This is why most of the material in each publication is comprised of forms, questionnaires, and checklists rather than just slides and text, a highly unusual approach for a professional management workbook."
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