Leslie Streeter is an author, a journalist, a mom, and a widow. Her unique perspective on grief, love and healing will be shared from the Camp Widow keynote stage with honesty and humor.
Leslie Gray Streeter is an award-winning columnist and pop culture critic for the Palm Beach Post, where she has worked since October 2002. She is a graduate of the College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her career has included stints at the Miami Times in Miami, Florida, the York Dispatch/Sunday News in York, Pa., and finally the Post. Her first book, “Black Widow," a memoir about the first year of her widowhood, will be published by Little, Brown and Company in early 2020.
Leslie is the proud mother of Brooks Robinson Streeter-Zervitz, the proud daughter of the very cool Tina Streeter, and was the wife of Scott Zervitz, the coolest of them all.
Learn how writing about your journey through widowhood – whether in a diary, a prompted journal, poetry, letters or just any crude stick figures you can manage to create through your pain – can be cathartic…