Meet our Volunteers

Connie Heckert

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCBWI-Iowa-Regional Advisor
Connie Heckert
P.O Box 1436
Bettendorf, Iowa 52722-0024

E-mail

 

 

Lisa

Lisa Morlock works as a writer and educator in Urbandale, Iowa. Her first picture book, Track that Scat!, won the 2013 National Science Teachers Association’s award for Outstanding Trade Books.
Lisa has a master’s degree in education. She’s taught middle school through college language arts classes, worked as a secondary administrator, and written and edited for Perfection Learning Corporation and Meredith Corporation. She currently works for the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council and serves as the Assistant Regional Advisor for SCBWI-Iowa.
For more information, please visit www.lisamorlock.com.

 

 

Assistant Regional Advisor
Lisa Morlock: E-mail

Dorothia

My love of children’s books, art, nature, imagination began as a child growing up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. I graduated with a degree in natural science illustration and worked as a scientific illustrator for several years. Nothing gives me greater joy than to create imaginative illustrations and stories for children. It is an honor to be serving as the Iowa SCBWI Illustrator Coordinator and Webmaster.
For more information, please visit www.dorothiarohner.com.
 

Illustrator Coordinator/Webmaster
Dorothia Rohner: E-mail

 

 

Network Chairs and Assistant Network Chairs:


 

 


Des Moines
Becky Janni: E-mail

 

 

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Eileen Boggess is the author of Mia the Meek (Bancroft Press, 2006), Mia the Melodramatic (Bancroft Press, 2008), Mia the Magnificent (Bancroft Press, 2010), and the play Mia the Melodramatic (2012). 

For more information, please visit www.eileengoggess.com

Des Moines
Eileen Boggess:E-mail

 

 

 


 

Iowa City
Wendy Henrichs:
E-mail


 

 
Sioux City
Debbie LaCroix: E-mail
 


 

Ames
Sarvinder Naberhaus: E-mail

Cedar Rapids & Marion

 
Suzanne Krejci: E-mail
 

 

Listserve Moderator:
Linda Skeers: E-mail

 

 

Cindy

Cindy Johnson writes picture books through middle grade
and lives near Waukee with her husband and two teenaged children. 
When she isn't writing or reading, Cindy can be found working
as a genetic counselor or weeding her garden. She loves getting and
sharing all of the good news our talented region generates!

Good News:
Cindy Johnson: E-mail