Carole Terwilliger Meyers is an experienced, effervescent speaker who has addressed audiences of all kinds, from corporate groups to parent organizations to social clubs. A battle-scarred road warrior, she's been there, done that--with kids even--and lives on to talk about it.
Ms. Meyers lives in Berkeley, California. To schedule a date for Carole to present a program to your group, please contact us at
editor (at) berkeleyandbeyond (dot) com (adjust before sending) .
PowerPoint Presentations include:
●Great Weekend Adventures in Northern California
●San Francisco Bay Area Gardens
●San Francisco Bay Area Family Fun
"Carole's guide is to Northern California as my tour is to NYC. Almost. Not that there's anything wrong with that!"
--Kenny Kramer, the real Kramer and director of Kramer's Reality Tour
"Carole was a delight for our very active yet discerning audience. The turnout was quite large, but that only raised the expectations of the attendees, hoping to learn about great ways to spend a weekend and yet avoid the tourist traps. Her suggestions for adventures were well beyond the normal recommendations, and you really got the feeling that she was letting you in on little known secrets." View talk on YouTube.
--Jesse Nichols, Google
"Carole is the doyenne-empress-goddess of family travel in the Bay Area. She invented it."
--Peter Beren, co-author of The Writer's Legal Companion
"Of all the events that we host, those featuring the work of Carole T. Meyers sell the most books."
--Marie LaRocco/Asst.Mgr., Barnes & Noble San Mateo
"The audience was captivated by your informative talk and by your slides. We especially appreciated your knowledge of the "lesser-known" places to visit in this area. We all learned a lot, and in a very entertaining manner. I have already consulted your book and will be planning a weekend adventure soon. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge and enthusiasm . . ."
--Sylvia Harris/Reference Librarian, Novato Library
"Thank you so much for a great program and for inspiring us to look in our own backyard."
--Linda L. Santo/Librarian, Burlingame Public Library