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Naomi Levenspil


A CPA by trade, but a writer at heart, Naomi Levenspil jumps at the chance to exercise the right side of her brain. When she isn’t working as the royalty analyst and audit manager for a large licensing and manufacturing firm, or managing the home front as chief cook and bottle washer for her energetic crew in NJ, Naomi enjoys freelance business and creative writing, and has been published in multiple publications. Doesn’t everyone need some downtime?

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