About MY MOMENT OF SALVATION
Kerri Croake was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised on Staten Island. After a traumatic brain injury, she was diagnosed with drug-resistant epilepsy in her first year of college. She faced multiple challenges including severe memory loss, insomnia, medication side effects, and the stigma that often comes with epilepsy from her peers. Despite these hurdles she graduated in four years and worked in NYC as a computer system engineer. She is also a veterinary technician and a passionate advocate for epilepsy awareness. This is her third book in what she refers to as “The My Moment” series. Her first book, My Moment of Impact, is an Amazon bestseller. Her second book, My Moment of Madness, was published last year and has also earned attention among her followers. She currently lives in Maryland and New Jersey with her sister, Erin, and their dogs. She skis in the winter and loves to go to the beach in the summer.
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Kerri was born in Brooklyn and raised on Staten Island. She was diagnosed with epilepsy in her first year of college. After graduation she worked in NYC as an IT systems engineer for ten years.She has an undergraduate degree in US History and is a certified Veterinary Technician. She advocates for persons with epilepsy through fundraising efforts, becoming active in other charities and has found the time to create her own charity, Epilepsy Compassion International (www.navigatingepilepsy.net).
Currently, she spends half the year with her family at the Jersey Shore and the other half in Deep Creek, MD with her best friend/sister, Erin. She is a staunch environmentalist, especially regarding marine life and pollution. She skis with her sister, Erin at the ski resort across the street from their home. She also loves the beach and surfing. Her first book, My Moment of Impact, is NOT on the NY Times best seller’s list; however, her work across multiple disciplines broadly addresses the narratives of human experiences with epilepsy.