Book Publishing Specialist
Born in Huntington, New York, and raised on both the East and West coast, Arline Loux, a pre-med major, soon found her passion for literature when she studied Shakespeare, Chaucer, and Milton at the University of California, Santa Barbara where she eventually earned her B.A. in English Literature. With a strong desire to help others, she earned her M.A. soon thereafter from Antioch University, Santa Barbara in Clinical Psychology. After working as an Emergency Responder for The Children’s Services Bureau, a division of The Health and Human Services Agency for The County of San Diego, Arline continued to further her pursuits in Clinical Psychology when she became a Doctoral Student at Saybrook University Research Center in San Francisco, CA. During this time, Arline was featured in a documentary aired on KPBS TV and participated in a KPBS Radio regarding her work as an Emergency Responder for The Children’s Services Bureau. She left Southern California to pursue her dream of living on the North Shore of Kauai where she assisted children on the Autism Spectrum while raising her two children. Arline believes in giving back to her community and continues to provide in-home services to children and the elderly in her free time. Arline has a passion for acting and writing. Living in Hawaii is where she was inspired to write a screenplay about her experience. She is currently in pre-production as a co-creator and co-writer of a film project entitled, “The Dragonfly”, a Netflix Series hopeful, and currently resides between Laguna Niguel, CA and Waikiki, Oahu.