About the Author

KAREN EVANS

      AN ADVOCATE FOR HONORING MILITARY SERVICE

Vice President, Community Outreach
Daughters of World War II

501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to honoring our veterans of World War II and preserving their service, valor, and sacrifice for the education of future generations.

PREVIOUS BACKGROUND:

Director of Administration
Monuments Men Foundation for the Preservation of Art

501(c)(3) non-profit organization with notable accomplishments including recipient of the 2007 National Humanities Medal awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and presented by President Bush in a White House ceremony.  2007 donor to the National Archives, announced via a major press conference, involving historical WWII albums documenting looted art by Hitler and the Nazis.

Project Coordinator
Agon Arts & Entertainment and Laurel Publishing

Endeavors involving a 2006 publication of unique historical significance, Rescuing Davinci, a corresponding and award-winning documentary for 2007-2008 theatrical and PBS release, The Rape of Europa, and resultant 2007 Congressional Resolution to honor the Monuments Men and their cultural efforts during World War II.

Political Researcher

Independent and self-funded work published by The Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Money Magazine, Worth Magazine, Sarah McClendon Washington News Service, United We Stand America, Texas Business and Texas Watch.

 

6 Responses to About the Author

  1. gpcox says:

    I am honored to make your acquaintance.

  2. Mike Sinnott says:

    Just discovering your website which has a wealth of historical military information. Splendid research work.

    • Karen Evans says:

      Thank you, Mike. Your comment is greatly appreciated. I struggle to adequately portray our rich military history and the valiant service and sacrifice of our veterans.

  3. Jan Veal says:

    So glad you liked me so that I could find this blog. I love blogs that honor the military.

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