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Entrepreneur Gives Clients the Memory of a Lifetime
(Byline: Lynne Strang)
Jennifer Campbell isnít a doctor, nurse, firefighter or an EMT. She isnít a lifeguard, either. But thereís no doubt that sheís a lifesaver.
Late Blooming Entrepreneurs
10 unique jobs that keep the world working
(Byline: Kaitlin Madden)
When Jennifer Campbell says she's a personal historian, people think she's a ghost writer or genealogist.
When Jennifer Campbell says she's a personal historian, people think she's a ghost writer or genealogist. She tells them she is neither. "What I do is help people tell their life stories by interviewing them and writing a narrative from their answers," she says.
Start Your Biz for Under $150. Really.
(Byline: Kate Ashford)
Five shrewd women launched new companies--and careers--for less than the cost of a pair of boots.
APH member, Jennifer Campbell was one of the five women interviewed who started their business on a shoestring.: Start-up cost for her personal history business? $52 "This doesn't feel like work to me," Campbell says. "It's just so rewarding."
Reinvention & Money: Careers & Work
Trade a Pink Slip for a Passion
(Byline: Carrie Sloan)
Getting fired was the best thing that ever happened to these four women. Find out how an untimely layoff led each to a whole new career
Older Entrepreneurs Target Peers
(Byline: Laura Lorber)
Laid off from a job in public television, Jennifer Campbell started chronicling lives.
Wall Street Journal
Laid off from a job in public television, Jennifer Campbell started chronicling lives. Campbell's typical clients are age 60 to 65, and, like her, want to capture their parents' stories on DVD's or books.
Family Histories: Legacy writers chronicle everyday lives
(Byline: Susan Pigg)
Fred Eyman had just celebrated his 80th birthday when his daughter asked him to write his life story.
Fred Eyman had just celebrated his 80th birthday when one of his five daughters handed him a pen and a notepad and asked him to write his life story. "All I could think was, what a monster job. I was overwhelmed," says the former engineer and Courtice farmer. "Then my daughter said: 'What if we got somebody to write it for you?'
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