Cheryl Dellasega Audio Books

Cheryl Dellasega Audio Books

Cheryl Dellasega Audio Books

Cheryl Dellasega, PhD, is the author of five nonfiction books on issues affecting women and, as the founder of Club and Camp Ophelia, has helped diverse groups of girls confront and overcome relational aggression. She is a professor of humanities in the College of Medicine and professor of women’s studies at Penn State and lives in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

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