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Paxton Quigley

Dr. Mitch Earleywine

Paxton Quigley comes to Cannabisradio.com after hosting “Cannabis Healing
With Paxton Quigley” for nearly two years on AM830, Los Angeles, radio home
of the Los Angeles Angels. A number of years before, she hosted “The Paxton
Quigley Empowerment Hour,” as well as “Alive Radio” at the same station.
She is also known for her best-selling women’s self-defense book series that
include “Armed & Female,” “Not An Easy Target,” “Armed and Female In An
Unsafe World,” and “Armed & Female Taking Control.” Her latest novel, “Just Try
Me” is available on Amazon.com and ePub ITunes. Kirkus Reviews said, “A swift
entertaining tale with plenty of series potential.”

No stranger to the media, Paxton Quigley has appeared on more than 300 TV
and radio shows, including Oprah (twice), Sixty Minutes, The Today Show, Good
Morning America, NBC Nightly News, CBS Evening News, Chris Matthews, The
Sean Hannity Show, etc. The subject of front-page profiles in both The Wall
Street Journal and Investors Business Daily, Paxton has also been featured in
Elle, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, People, Marie Claire, Washington Post, New York
Times, Los Angeles Times, etc. and appeared on the cover of The Independent
Sunday Review Magazine, London, England.

Prior to authoring books, Paxton Quigley was Director, Community Relations for
Playboy Enterprises, Inc., Los Angeles, for five years, and reported to Hugh M.
Hefner and Christie Hefner. Additionally she worked with actor, Robert Wagner,
as the promotional director for two years for the Jimmy Steward National Relay
Marathon, San Monica, California and was also the editor-in-chief of The Valley
Magazine, Sherman Oaks, CA.

She is also a co-partner in the oldest existing natural food supermarket in the
U.S.—“Country Sun” (ww.countrysun.com), Palo Alto, CA. Paxton chairs her
family foundation, “Pathways to Success From School to Work, at the University
of Chicago. She is on the Board of Trustees of Institute for Career Development,
NYC. Paxton received her BS degree in the School of Communications from
Northwestern University and a MA in Anthropology from the University of
Chicago.