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Carol Cott Gross

Carol Cott Gross is a writer/lecturer whose writing has appeared in The New York Times, Newsday, NPR, the Miami Herald, Sun Sentinel and Jewish publications. For 35 years, Carol directed Fly Without Fear at NYC airports which was the first program founded by her dad in 1969 to help folks who were plane scared and help his own flight fright. Carol has spoken at colleges, libraries, Jewish organizations, been on TV and radio dispensing advice on controlling travel related fears, she's been featured in the prestigious column in The Times "public lives." Carol is writing "My Fright Is Not Boarding" a combo of memoir, self-help with a sense of humor about Carol's phobias and superstitions.

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