Carol Pack is an award-winning journalist, news anchor, college professor and former president of the Society for professional journalists—Long Island chapter. During her journalism career, she taught more than 1,000 graduate and undergraduate students at New York Institute of Technology how to get jobs as broadcast journalists. She also worked as a news writer for WNBC-TV and News 12 Long Island. She has received numerous awards from media organizations, including the Fair Media Council, New York State Broadcasters Association, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Press Club of Long Island. Carol now has a second career as both a non-fiction author and novelist. She is well known for her collaborative works with Carol Pack, including “Over Sixty Shades of Gray, A Journey Through Life’s Later Years” and most recently, “Over Sixty Shades of Gray: Book of Lists.” He fiction work includes a young adult fantasy series known as the “Library of Illumination,” and a history fantasy series, “Evangeline’s Ghosts.” Carol received both her BA and MA from the New York Institute of Technology. A native New Yorker, she lives on Long Island with her husband, Andrew, and her picky parrot.