Laurel Johnson Is Published In The Ranks Of Stanford Who’s Who
ALFREDTON, VIC, AUSTRALIA, July 12, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ -- With over four decades years of diverse professional experience in the publishing industry, Laurel G.E. Johnson has routinely exhibited the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be mentioned among the elite. As a result of her brilliant professional career, Laurel has eared inclusion in the prestigious ranks of premier professionals with Stanford Who’s Who.
A multiple award-winning researcher and author, Laurel has been responsible for researching, writing, and publishing the books, The Women of Eureka, Montrose, and Vermillion and Gold. She also researched and authored The Tool Chest, History of Lace, From Jade to Gold, Ghosts of the Theatre, Golden Days of Lighting, and Eureka Rebellion.
In addition, Laurel has performed at several public speaking engagements associated with heritage and cultural research as well as the ancient art of aromatherapy. Also an extraordinary entrepreneur with extensive expertise in essential oils, she runs an international mail order service known as Oils of Montrose, which offers a comprehensive range of skin care products.
A member of Rotary International, Laurel has been the recipient of numerous awards over the course of her incredibly impressive career. Among the awards she has received are an Australian Museum Award and an Australian Heritage and Cultural Award. Laurel has also earned multiple awards for tourism throughout Australia as well as several entertainment awards for her leading roles in local and metropolitan theatre productions.
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