Finalists, selected from hundreds of nominations, were judged by an advisory board on four primary criteria: creative and innovative execution of ideas and brand communication;
Carter established Ellechor Media in 2009, which has since expanded to include three Christian imprints, as well as two online communities. The company reflects both the traditional publishing model and trends in digital and self-publishing, succeeding by having established a foundation based on innovation, communication and empowerment of authors.
A new release from Carter, The 7-Step Guide to Authorpreneurship (EverFaith Press, May 17, 2014) reflects her commitment to help others succeed. The book is a comprehensive career guide for aspiring and published authors, providing not only the who and what necessary to succeed in the ever-evolving publishing industry but also the how, when and why.
Carter is an active professional in the publishing industry, as well as her local community. She is a board member of both Women Entrepreneurs of Oregon and Portland’s first Leadership and Entrepreneurship Public Charter High School. She lives in Portland with her husband and two children.
SWIBA winners will be announced at the Stiletto Thrive conference being held on June 7, 2014, in Columbus. Ohio.
For more information about Ellechor Media LLC, visit www.ellechormedia.com. Additional information about Rochelle Carter can be found at www.planwritepublish.com.