Maureen Francisco is a published author: It Takes Moxie: Off the Boat, Or Out of School, To Making It Your Way in America,
winner in the Multicultural Nonfiction category of the 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards.
It Takes Moxie gives us fresh insight into the changing color of the American workforce and our communities. The book includes interviews from: Dr. Connie Mariano, the White House doctor, Richard Cho, the first Asian American general manager of a major sports franchise, Ben Huh, CEO and founder of Cheezburger, and much more.
This book is for YOU!
Are you a student?
In a funk?
Want to jump start your career?
Advance in life?
It Takes Moxie reveals the secrets and simple steps of getting ahead in life (Amazon).
About the author: After five years as a TV reporter and anchor all over the country, Maureen went into reality programming.
This included being the first contestant on CBS’s Power of Ten with Drew Carey, and in 2009 being a contestant on the reality show Solitary 3.0. While continuing to work in sales, Maureen branched out into modeling, acting, and writing.
Maureen Francisco embodies the meaning of the word moxie: the ability to face difficulty with spirit and courage. Maureen’s story of how to succeed in America is a “must read” for anyone arriving in America or for anyone who is already in America, seeking to arrive at success.
Dr Connie Mariano, author, The White House Doctor: My Patients Were Presidents – A Memoir