Featured Guest: Melanie Lentz, Former Secret Service Agent. Author of Agent Innocent: How The Secret Service Changed My Life.
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You are an excellent guest, Melanie! Thank you for your service to America! 🇺🇸 Melanie Lentz is the author of Agent Innocent: How the Secret Service Changed My Life, & the upcoming workbook titled Advance Work: A Personal Protection Assignment, available for pre-order on Amazon. Learn more at MelanieLentz.com.
Agent Innocent: How The Secret Service Changed My Life with Melanie Lentz
Life Transformation Radio
Melanie Lentz was one of the youngest female agents ever hired by the Secret Service at age twenty-two. She worked in the Los Angeles Field Office for approximately eight years where she worked financial crime cases, protective intelligence (threats against protectees), and countless protection operations for presidential campaigns, visiting foreign dignitaries, and current and former presidents and their families. Her last assignment was Former First Lady Nancy Reagan. She was the agent in the embalming room and a pallbearer at the private family funeral. At the time, she was going through a divorce, depression, and an eating disorder relapse. She left the Secret Service shortly after Mrs. Reagan's passing after realizing it was time to start protecting herself as well as she protected others. Melanie is also one of the only females to pass the Secret Service Rescue Swimmer Course.Website: www.melanielentz.com www.facebook.com/melanielentzofficialInsta: @melanielentzauthor
#0601: Melanie Lentz; Dennis Palumbo; & Marc Hartzman
The Stuph File Program
The Stuph File ProgramFeaturing former Secret Service agent, Melanie Lentz, author of Agent Innocent: How the Secret Service Changed My Life; psychotherapist & author, Dennis Palumbo; & Marc Hartzman from WeirdHistorian.com Download Former Secret Service agent, Melanie Lentz who became an agent at the age of 22 in a job that traditionally has very few women in its ranks. She’s the author of Agent Innocent: How the Secret Service Changed My Life. Author Dennis Palumbo, who is also a psychotherapist specializing in dealing with writers and creative types, talks about how the current pandemic period has been for writers. It’s a follow up to an article he wrote for Writers Guild Of America West. Dennis is also the author of the amazing Daniel Rinaldi series of mysteries. He has five in the series so far, starting with Mirror Image, followed by Fever Dream, Night Terrors, Phantom Limb, and Head Wounds, with a sixth coming out in September. He’s also the author of the page turner of a mystery anthology collection of short stories called From Crime to Crime – Mind-boggling Tales of Mystery and Murder. Marc Hartzman, from WeirdHistorian.com with the bizarre tale of The Great Race of 1908, a car race that went from New York to Paris, France. This week’s guest slate is presented by Kris LeBlanc from The Podcast Station. Click below to order directly from Amazon.com Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide. If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10, $20 or more. Just click on the donate button to the left. It will be greatly appreciated. This website is powered by PubNIX a boutique Internet service provider with great personalized service that was instrumental in helping to structure the look of this very site! The computer used for this site was build by InfoMontreal.ca, serving individuals, commercial & industrial companies in Quebec with computers, software and networks. Your needs are unique and InfoMontreal.ca believes the solutions should be too.