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About Jack Dunigan
More than forty years ago I began my career developing leadership on the Navajo Reservation in northwest Arizona. The leadership development skill learned, and applied, new expressions opened over time.
I was privileged to participate in the development of business and charity leaders in more than a dozen countries. While I started out focused on non-profits, and maintained a majority interest in that sector, the business world offered many opportunities. While the objectives are different, the principles of leadership, human development, and resource management are the same in both sectors.
I don’t recall exactly when I sold my first article, but it was sometime in the 70′s. Since then, I have written and consulted for Woodcraft magazine, Classic Auto Restorer, Thousand Trails Campgrounds, World MAP, the Methodist Churches of Cuba, Ten Tables Restaurant, the Equation Gallery and Restaurant, and many more.
Having spent the last 7 years on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, I am living now with my wife in southwest Florida. JackDunigan.com is a site in process. I will be adding from my files of past materials and new works.
Titles By Jack Dunigan
Shadows at Moonrise Bay is a tale of a man's exploitation of power and his desperate acts to hide the secrets that could destroy him and all he has built. When they come to light, the shadows from which they emerge reveal a widening circle of accomplices. The story uncovers the means a polished religious professional uses to convince his followers he is something he is not and how someone had finally had enough.