Judy Azar LeBlanc
Before marrying, she made a career in the defense industry, and after extensive travel, she and her husband retired to a small town in Baja, Mexico. During the 19 years of living in Mexico, Judy Azar LeBlanc wrote the English column for a magazine published by the federal government of Mexico, as well as the English column for a state published newspaper. She taught English both at the high school level and at the university in her community. Shortly before returning to the United States, Judy Azar LeBlanc completed her fourth and favorite work titled “Many Faces to Many Places”. Some of her other works include “Things My Father Never Taught Me”, “The Compromise”, and “The Unveiling”.