La Tanisha C. Wright does what no other tobacco marketing executive has done before: She covertly helps public health leaders and Attorneys General end a predatory marketing campaign and sue the Big Tobacco Company that she works for. During her efforts to protect the public, a vicious attack brings her life to a standstill. She plummets into depression, and is haunted by the spirit of suicide. She resigns from the tobacco industry and continues to combat the tobacco epidemic. As she matures into a renowned public speaker, she suffers unbearable heartaches. In an effort to overcome, she uses her experiences with Big Tobacco as a platform to start her own business. In a strange twist, federal public health officials conspire to impede her mission to protect the public from tobacco industry marketing practices. Ms. Wright chronicles a lifetime of abuse and corporate bullying, and the subsequent journey of grieving, forgiving, and healing.
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|Size: ||508 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781365143458 (DRM-EPUB)|
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