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About Bridge Builder Publishing.

Welcome to my world of words and empowerment! I'm Celeste Easter, an author and self-publisher driven by the belief that knowledge has the power to change lives and shape a better world. As a devoted mother of two sons on the autism spectrum, my personal journey has fueled my passion for advocacy and inclusivity.

With over 15 years of leadership experience in the corporate realm, I've honed my skills in fostering diverse and inclusive environments. My background in corporate leadership, coupled with my firsthand experience navigating the challenges and triumphs of neurodiversity, uniquely positions me to advocate for change and promote understanding.

Through my writing and publishing endeavors, I strive to share insights, wisdom, and practical guidance to empower individuals and families touched by autism and other neurodevelopmental differences. My mission is to foster a culture of acceptance, appreciation, and celebration of neurodiversity in all its forms.

In addition to my work as an author and self-publisher, I am deeply involved in conducting workshops and training sessions on inclusivity, neurodevelopmental differences, and intellectual special abilities. By facilitating open conversations and providing valuable resources, I aim to create spaces where everyone feels valued, respected, and understood.

Join me on this journey of empowerment and enlightenment. Together, let's champion diversity, embrace uniqueness, and change the world one word at a time.

Celeste holds a masters degree in Business Administration and Professional Counseling.  She most recently authored a children’s book entitled “Lonnie the Little Lost Book” to help educate elementary age children about the importance of caring for their books.  In addition to “Lonnie the Little Lost Book”, Celeste has also written, “Quirky Love: Embracing Our Autism Journey” to encourage others and help them embrace both autism and our differences.  Both of Celeste’s sons have been diagnosed as autistic and she wants to let others know their story in hopes that it will help someone.

She works along side her mother Katie Brown who is the Vice President of Public Relations for Bridge Builder Books LLC and is the co-founder of The Big Easy Made Easy.

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