Jeanni Brosius spent the first 20 plus years of her career as a journalist, author and syndicated columnist.
She has been published in magazines, newspapers and professional journals as well as authoring several books. She is the author of"Wild-Eyed Ramblings and Chocolate is a Girl's Best Friend. Both published by Bandal Publishing. Brosius worked as a features writer and columnist for the Arkansas Democrat Gazette in Little Rock, Arkansas before becoming an independent journalist in 2013. She also served as membership chairwoman for the National Society of Newspaper Columnists and co-authored the NSNC Guide to Syndication in 2004. She began her journalism career as a newspaper reporter as a stringer at the Pine Bluff Commercial in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and soon began writing a weekly column, "Wild-Eyed Ramblings," which became nationally syndicated in 2002. Brosius currently splits her time between writing and mentoring others.
After being blessed with a child with challenges, her focus changed dramatically and so did her career. She began managing the Ticket-to-Work program through a nonprofit agency, working as a benefits counselor. The Ticket-to-Work program helps adult disability beneficiaries enter or return into the workforce. Brosius received her Community Partner Certified Work Incentives Counselor certification from Virginia Commonwealth University as well as continuing education hours specializing in Medicare, Medicaid and self-employment for disability beneficiaries. She is an expert in Social Security’s work incentives and disability benefits. Brosius is currently a career coach for Myers-Davis Life Coaching, specializing in the Career-to-Work program for high school juniors and seniors who have disabilities and are planning a career path. She is also a certified job coach through Arkansas Rehabilitation Services.
Currently, she is living her dream working for Myers Davis Life Coaching, because she can write as well as mentor others.