Publicist,Author & Director Carol Eisom is a native of Akron, Ohio. She is formerly a veteran actor of 22 years. She began her writing career prior to working with Prince Of Peace Productions. Upon training she put her skills to work as founder of Greater Love Productions in the fall of 1994. Her company of actors have performed several stage plays penned by Ms. Eisom, under her direction. They include, Ties That Bind, “Takin’ Back The ‘Hood”, “Too Much Woman For One Man”, “Juneteenth Jubilee Rising”, “Going Through The Fire”, “More Than Beautiful”, Lord, I Won't Complain, Julian's Hair Affair and “Player Haters”. Her screenplays include, “Heaven’s Restoration Restitution And Hades’ Reparations”, “Touched By A Look”, “Buyers’ Market”, “Divine Intercession”, “Buying Stock In Helena DeVaughn”, “Doing It For Themselves” and “Bag Ladies Of L.A.”. Other stage plays include, “Burn Down The Building But The Church Will Still Stand”, “Wild Things Got To Be Free”, “A Change Is Going To Come”, “Smoke In At Dog Patch”, When The Spirit Moves You, “Stepping Out On Faith”, “What Easter Means To Me”, The Fiery Furnace, “Feminine Wilds”, “The Spirit Is Willing But The Flesh Is Weak” and most recently, Choices Last A Lifetime: It's Your Thang, God's Greatest Gift To Man…WOMAN, Heroes & Saints, Brother's Keeper and Pre-show Drama: Flipping The Script. She has also written the soap opera “Everyday Is Like Christmas. Her most recent screenplays include Rite Of Passage, In The Loop, “Broken Promises And Unrequited Dreams”, The Farthest Star North Of Dawn, Mike's Way: The Michael Matthews Story, “Quintessence Reign”, Preying Mantis, Tempting Fate, “From Houston To Hollywood: The Mathew Knowles Story” and Playing The Race Card as well as the sitcom “Moral Dilemmas” and six episodes including the pilot for television, “Chitlin’ Circuit” now titled It's A God Thing and her first two novelettes entitled Soul Ties and Small Beginnings. Adaptations include Special Duty: A Woman's Work and the collaboration Sister Betty, God Is Calling You, Again! She's presently completing the screenplay, Self-fulfilled Prophesy: Scripted. Ms. Eisom studied and performed at Kent State University’s Institute Of African American Affairs and toured from N.Y.C. to California in the stage play, “Whatever Happened To Black Love?” Recently she has designed the reality-based show, Off The Hook, the acting competition Triple Threat as well as the talk show formatted program, In My Own Defense. Lyrically she's penned Forever, Still Believing, Still Achieving, You Are My World, That'll Have To Be Enough For Now and Hold. She's also previously written for the Cincinnati based sitcom, “On The Go” and The Houston Association For Film And Television”. Ms. Eisom credits God with her gift of writing and dedicates her scripts to her parents William and Josephine Duhart, the loving memory of her Grandmother Lizzie Harmon, who inspired her and the devoted support of her husband Barry and her son, Julian.