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About Cat Meyers
Catresa "Cat" Meyers is an Attorney and Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at Temple University. She is also a daughter, sister, aunt, best friend, babysitter, counselor and hopeless romantic. Prior to becoming an Attorney, Cat worked for a number of years as a foster care Social Worker and Therapist. Cat is also a writer and director for Parable Players of Philadelphia, a Christian theater group for which she has written such plays as It's Your Season Cinderella, Murder on Deacon's Row, Set Me Free and A Soldier's Psalm. When she's not writing, Cat enjoys the beach and has made it a personal mission to visit as many beaches as she can around the world. She also loves painting, sketching, baking and playing tennis.
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