About Paige Peterson
photo by Jessica Miller
Is an Author and Photographer.
Formerly the Executive Vice President, and currently a consultant to the Huntsman Cancer Foundation.
Is a Board member of The National Council on US-Arab Relations.
Is the Director of Marketing at Hadley General Contracting, Inc.
Is an Author and Artist in Residence at Literacy Partners.
Is a Board member of The Safari West Wildlife Foundation.
Is a lifetime member of The Guild Hall Academy of the Arts in East Hampton.
Paige is represented by Gerald Peters Gallery.
As an illustrator, Paige co-authored (with Christopher Cerf) the best-selling book: "Blackie, The Horse Who Stood Still."
Illustrated Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol," edited by Jesse Kornbluth.
Author of the book "Growing Up Belvedere-Tiburon," to be published Fall, 2020.
Paige facilitated the editing, publishing and promotion of Jon M. Huntsman’s “Barefoot to Billionaire.”Barefoot To Billionaire on Amazon
She speaks on The Power of Attitudinal Healing through Attitudinal Healing International.
A collaborator on projects for Sirius Thinking, Ltd.
At Welcome Books, she was a co-director of an imprint, Cerf & Peterson.
A researcher on the book "Mission Accomplished."
A researcher on the book "The Experts Speak."
Produced and was a contributing correspondent to a one hour home-improvement program on the Lifetime Channel called "Our Home."
A member of Actor's Equity Association since 1977.
She has been a member of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists since 1976.
Paige Peterson is a photojournalist.
As a member of the Board of Directors of the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations, Ms. Peterson shares the Council’s commitment to improving American knowledge and understanding of the Arab region. She has written extensively about the Middle East, her work has appeared in American and Arab media outlets. In 2015, she was the Artist and Author in Residence at Dhahran Ahiliyya Schools in the Eastern Provence of Saudi Arabia. In 2018, Ms. Peterson published photo essays about visits to Oman and UNESCO World Heritage sites Madain Saleh and Historic Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Peterson is a board member of Catmosphere, The Safari West Wildlife Foundation, and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. She is Chief Consultant for Growth and Development at the Attitudinal Healing International organization, Director of Marketing at Hadley General Contractors, Inc., and is the Author and Artist in Residency at Literacy Partners. Ms. Peterson served as Executive Vice President of the Huntsman Cancer Foundation for more than a decade and is now a Consultant to the foundation. The Huntsman Cancer Institute, founded by the late Jon M. Huntsman, is a leader in the study of cancer genetics.
Before joining the Huntsman Cancer Foundation, Ms. Peterson worked closely with Christopher Cerf, an award-winning author and television producer. She was a researcher and editor on several of Cerf’s books, including The Experts Speak
and Mission Accomplished. The two were co-directors of a Welcome Books’ imprint, Cerf & Peterson, and co-authored a bestselling book, Blackie, The Horse Who Stood Still, which Ms. Peterson also illustrated. She also illustrated Jesse Kornbluth’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. She is a contributing writer to Marin Magazine, New York Social Diary and the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations.
Born in Marin County, California, Ms. Peterson is also a painter who is represented by Gerald Peters Gallery in New York City. The Guild Hall Academy of the Arts in East Hampton has honored her with a lifetime membership. Ms. Peterson has two grown children and lives in New York City.