Teresa Stack Hunter is a freelance writer, ghostwriter and blogger, with decades of experience in journalism and research. She started writing at nineteen, and earned bylines with The Reston Times, The Washington Citizen and The Kent County News. As a journalist in Washington, Teresa interviewed visiting celebrities, foreign dignitaries, politicians and artists for dozens of news and feature articles. In a quest for adventure, she once braved the coldest winter imaginable to write a travel feature on beautiful Budapest, Hungary.
Teresa worked as a writer for the Department of Treasury, where she had the great honor of serving both Under Secretary of Enforcement Ronald K. Noble, and his replacement, Under Secretary of Enforcement Raymond W. Kelly. She still loves a great adventure, live music and traveling with her four children.
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