Lois is an award winning broadcast journalist who’s been reporting and anchoring on radio and television for the past 30 years in Denver, San Francisco and Houston.
Through all her experiences Lois recognizes that every story matters, and how sharing yours changes everything: from a company’s marketing and advertising efforts to personal matters of recovery and health.
She just completed writing the book HYBRID: THE TRANSFORMATION OF A CROSS-CULTURAL PEOPLE PLEASER, which explores growing up as a third culture kid and how that’s impacted every decision in her life.
Lois and her husband live in Denver where she loves to cycle, write, cook, garden and play.
What do you read for pleasure?
When I'm reading for pleasure, I most often choose a mystery. Having been a journalist for so many years and having to wait so long for answers and justice, I love reading mysteries where there is resolution. Even if that resolution disturbs me.
A self-deprecating and poignant memoir about an Armenian-Danish girl who grew up searching for her identity. Initially motivated by fear she progresses to people pleasing that creeps into control, until her life unravels. When she finally embraces her hybrid history, lives out the faith she never let go of, and engages in relationships with truth, she begins to understand why she is who she is.