3000 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, United States
Carolyn Street LaFond graduated from West Seattle High School.
1410 NE, Campus Parkway, Box 355852 Seattle, WA 98195-5852, United States
Carolyn Street LaFond received a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education from the University of Washington.
Carolyn Street LaFond graduated from West Seattle High School. She also received a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education from the University of Washington.
At the beginning of her career, in 1972, Carolyn LaFond became an owner of Cafe Intermezzo. She held this position for ten years, becoming a substitute high school teacher in 1983. Eleven years later Carolyn was appointed as a teacher of adult classes in Italian and French at Olympia Parks and Recreation Department.
LaFond published her book The Painter's Daughter: The Story of Sandro Botticelli and Alessandra Lippi in 2001.
Carolyn was most influenced to pursue a writing career by her college poetry writing instructor, Nelson Bentley. He gave LaFond the confidence that she was good and the encouragement to submit her work for publication. Carolyn eventually moved from poetry to prose, but the basic tenets of evocative writing remained with her.
Carolyn Street LaFond was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Carolyn LaFond married David LaFond, an industrial electrician, on May 24, 1980. They have two children - Madeline and Anna.