LUTHERVILLE, Md., May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Adrienne Miranda is recognized by Continental Who's Who among Pinnacle Professionals in the field of Publishing as a result of her dual role as Author and Advocate.
The author of "The Scent of My Son, In God We Trust," Adrienne worked in the marketing and non-profit industries for over thirty years until the day her life changed forever. On July 20th 2006, Adrienne's son, Joseph's life was taken by a horrific tragedy while he was on site working with a landscaping company.
Since that fateful day, Adrienne has devoted countless hours and overlooked endless research to tie up the loose ends surrounding Joseph's death. The Medical Examiners in Baltimore concluded Joseph's death is a homicide by assault. The Baltimore County state prosecutor went against the expert findings of the coroners and claims that homicide by assault is not a crime. Adrienne has been on an unconscionable journey faced with deep seeded corruption, criminal misconduct by judicial officials and police investigators. She vows to be Joseph's voice and continues her fight for justice for Joseph.
She currently works as an author and advocate in an array of settings and stands convicted in her goals. In this capacity, her areas of expertise include advocacy, litigation, communications, writing and editing, publishing, research and more.
A member of the National Association of Professional Women and Maryland Association of Authors, Adrienne enjoys cooking, reading, bible study, healthy eating and singing in her spare time. She also volunteers within her local church and community homeless shelters.
Adrienne would like to dedicate this recognition in loving memory of her son, Joseph Anthony Miranda.
Contact: Robert Basilin,516-825-5634 firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Continental Who's Who