Raleigh, NC, December 22, 2022 –(PR.com
)– Dasherline Cox Johnson, who was born and raised in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa, and is currently serving as the Lead Co-Principal Investigator on an opioid abatement project at North Carolina Central University, has completed her new book, “From Refugee to Doctor: A Story of Perseverance and Faith”: a stirring memoir detailing the author’s fight to overcome insurmountable odds through her faith in God and the American people.
“The writing of this book was motivated by my desire for my children to understand me and our heritage better,” writes Dasherline. “Some of the insights I have gained about overcoming obstacles will be useful to my children and others struggling. My goal is to give readers a perspective that may help them learn ways to persevere and perhaps overcome the issues standing in the way of achieving their goals.
“My objective in this memoir is to leave a…