Nashville, TN, June 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Ann Litrel is a painter with a gallery on Main Street in the heart of Woodstock, Georgia. In addition to wielding her brush, Litrel considers herself a “public relations professional, fundraiser, entrepreneur and organization executive.” She is a lifelong Christian and has used what she’s learned at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre in Nashville to forward her career as an artist and create a burgeoning community for the arts in her city.
Litrel first heard about Scientology from her brother-in-law, a lawyer who practices in New York. “He mentioned that he'd taken courses covering L. Ron Hubbard's material and it had proven helpful for his business and his law education.” At that time Litrel had hit a plateau in her art and didn't know how to improve. She decided to enroll on a Scientology course.
That's where she discovered Study Technology, which was developed by L. Ron Hubbard in the early 1960s. Study Technology or “study tech” provides a complete understanding of the learning process and techniques with which to master any subject. These educational breakthroughs provide students at every age and educational level the ingredient missing from modern education—namely, learning how to learn.
Litrel used her newfound skills to expand into the fields of public relations and marketing. With her sudden increase in success, she was asked to be on the Board of Directors for Elm Street Cultural Arts Village. Working with a team of fellow board members, she successfully raised the first half million dollars towards purchasing a four-acre property for a new Arts campus. She also helped spearhead the two million dollar capital campaign to build the Woodstock campus.
Litrel says Study Technology started her "on the path to a lifetime of learning, and added to my artist’s life the title of Public Relations Officer, Professional Fundraiser and Organization Executive. I'm looking forward to seeing what's next."
For more information on Ann Litrel or her artwork, visit annlitrel.com. For more information on study technology, visit scientology.org.