Lori Finnila was an inspiring model/actress taken down by hate and zealous. Being injured she had to go back home to it all where she was abused as a child. After going through domestic violence for 15 years, being stalked, drugged, possibly poisoned, and beaten down to a permanent brain injury she is now an aspiring singer and writer/publisher of three books and a non-profit magazine Women Empowerment Magazine and created Women Empowerment Radio Show at Blog Talk Radio to help other victims. She is the news editor for OurTown in Eugene, OR.
Show schedule, personal interviews, and biography are at her website: http://www.lorifinnila.webs.com and her biography and personal interview schedule is also at http://www.myspace.com/lorifinnila
Lori Finnila currently resides in Oregon and has three published books "My Brain Injury," "Black Sheep Never Cry, Dedicated to the memory of John F. Kennedy, Jr.," and “The Virtuous Woman.” She is aspiring to have her work produced for movies and to partake in the production of these and eventually open a Women Production House.