Born in San Antonio, Texas, Gwyn Gorg was a curious child with a love of family, art and nature.
As a young adult she focused on developing a career as a performing artist and educator, as well as participating in her community as an activist and humanitarian.
Gwyn graduated from Hawaii Pacific University and did her post-graduate work at the University of Hawaii, Manoa and the University of California at Los Angeles.
Additionally, Gwyn graduated from the Theatre Academy of Los Angeles City College.
Gwyn's career has encompassed a wide spectrum of work in the field of community, educational media and entertainment; she has worked professionally as
a producer, writer, director, and performer.
Gwyn's experiences include having co-created the 'School House Program' at the International House of Blues in Hollywood, California. As an educator, she has taught kindergarten through college level students.
Gwyn has worked as a drama and storytelling specialist for the Herb Alpert Foundation and Read-a-Loud America.
The United Teachers of Los Angeles awarded Gwyn the designation of 'Teacher of the Year' for 2007/08.
Gwyn currently serves as President of the African Americans on Maui Association. As a wife, mother, grandmother and teacher to innumerable students, Gwyn's creative spirit has touched countless lives. She and her husband of 56 years, reside on the slopes of Haleakala crater on the island of Maui.
'I am constantly motivated as a writer.
Observing, listening and participating in this Earthly experience stimulates me beyond explanation, provides a major impetus for my curiosity and supplies unlimited inspiration.
I write to reflect, to share, to observe the fullness of life alive in me.'
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