Roger Brewer & Nicole Brewer
Roger grew up in rural Georgia as a sharecropper at a time and place where racial discrimination and racial segregation were dictated by culture and also required by law in all aspects of everyday life. Roger graduated from law school with a Jurist Doctor degree. He practiced law as a trial attorney for twenty-nine years and took an early retirement to devote more time to teaching others the WTL strategy.
Nicole grew up in a small suburban community in Connecticut. She received a Bachelor's degree from Hollins University in Virginia and a Master's degree from New York University. Currently she is Program Director of Professional Studies and General Studies and Assistant Professor of Foundational English at Goodwin College in Connecticut. She also pursues her interest in music.
We are a father-and-daughter team teaching others to use the WTL strategy to protect themselves from mental and emotional harm, as we all await that day when everyone is treated with dignity and respect. We strongly believe in the WTL strategy and know it gets results. Roger experienced much bigotry and prejudice as a young man in Georgia and thereafter in his pursuit of higher education. Nicole experienced subtle but very significant bigotry, from the time she entered the first grade until she graduated from high school, in the predominantly white school district where we lived. We used various understandings and practices, now included in the WTL strategy, to heal and protect ourselves and improve the overall quality in our lives.