Wilkes University

Mollie Marti - Book Signing

Book Signing: Dr. Mollie Marti, Author of Walking With Justice: Uncommon Lessons from one of Life's Greatest Mentors
When: Following the 31st Annual Max Rosenn Lecture Series
*Signed copies will be available for purchase in the Darte Center prior to lecture

About the Book:
Fresh out of law school, a young, green lawyer moved across the country to clerk for Judge Max Rosenn of the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mollie Marti went to learn the law. His lessons transformed her life.

One of the most cited judges in American history, Judge’s classroom presented a demanding work load, rigorous intellectual challenges, and a continuous grappling with ethical issues.

It also brought a passionate pursuit of justice. It was a place where a leader’s true value was defined not by personal achievements but by the compassion and healing he or she brought to humanity.

In this thoughtful and inspiring portrait of a man devoted to serving others, Marti shares how she lost her way when she left her mentor’s side — and how the ageless wisdom of his spiritual and professional teachings gave her a second chance to maneuver the busyness of life.

In returning to his guidance on how to live after her life imploded from a cardiac virus, she walks a path of self discovery that brings healing. Walking this path with Marti and her mentor will infuse your life with new meaning…and very well may forever change how you live.

An emotionally rich recount of Judge Rosenn’s unique philosophy, Walking with Justice is a spiritually nourishing testament to living intentionally.

Meet the Author:

Mollie Marti is a psychologist, lawyer, and adjunct professor of psychology at the University of Iowa. She speaks around the globe, training corporations, universities, and associations on leadership resilience, servant mentorship, life design, and business ethics. In addition to authoring numerous law and academic articles, her two business success books have been published in several languages.

Her newest book, Walking with Justice, is generating extraordinary advance praise for its profound ability to bring to life a great mentor and allow readers to adopt him as their own teacher. With its guidance on living a good, productive, and righteous life, it has been referred to as “a timeless handbook for being human.” Already being welcomed into homes, schools, places of worship, and workplaces, this transformational call to contribute to a just and peaceful world is quickly on its way to becoming a classic.

Dr. Mollie regularly delivers keynotes and trainings at conferences and private events. In 2009, she launched the popular Make an Impact LIVE! annual event in Chicago, bringing together internationally renowned entrepreneurs and authors to raise philanthropic funds while empowering innovative attendees to grow sustainable businesses and make a bigger impact in a way that fuels their health, relationships, and greatest life priorities.

She brings years of experience in coaching a prestigious list of clients, including Olympians and business elites, to her work as founding editor of the Best Life Design e-magazine. With her unique ability to combine the science of success with the art of exceptional living, she is a frequent media resource and recently was recognized by The Entrepreneur Blog as one of the Top 25 Business Coaches on twitter (@DrMollieMarti).

Inspired by her mentor’s example as a public servant, Dr. Mollie is a passionate advocate for youth and communities. She actively partners with charitable organizations and is Director of the non-profit Community Resiliency Project, where she extends her resilience work to communities in crisis and develops mentorship programs for low opportunity youth.

Having graduated first in her class in both undergraduate and graduate school, Dr. Mollie continues to learn – and unlearn – on a daily basis. She walks out these lessons from an apple orchard in scenic northeast Iowa where she lives near her extended family with her husband, their three children, and a large family of pets. Join her for weekly musings on this grand experiment at www.DrMollie.com.
 


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