Jacqueline and John Dinan wrote A Woman's War together. Their skills and experience are complementary.
Jacqueline Dinan-Currently, Jacqueline is primarily raising her three sons. In 1999, Jacqueline started up her own public relations consultancy, Eventive, specialising in media relations and event management. Her range of clients has always presented her with an array of projects, thus giving Jacqueline the opportunity to research and write about different topics. Before setting up her own business, Jacqueline was employed by a corporate public relations consultancy. Prior to that, she worked in the human resources department of a multinational company.
John Dinan-For decades John has read about the two world wars. John has developed an immense knowledge of and respect for WW1 history and is particularly interested in the air war above northern France. He draws personal inspiration from the courage and tenacity shown by the men involved. Courage and tenacity were traits he displayed in competing in athletics, culminating in winning the prestigious Stawell Gift in 1980 and representing Australia in the 1986 Commonwealth Games, as well as at several other international track meets. Professionally, John is employed in the financial services industry.