In our newest episode of PenPodcast we have Tammy J Cohen, a seasoned expert with over two decades of experience shaping personal and professional brands for corporate executives and entrepreneurs. Tammy’s unique perspective as a connector and her passion for empowering women led her to establish Women Beyond the Table, a business network with a soul. In this episode, Tammy opens up about her journey and the profound impact of forging connections in the business world.
Dive into the heart of Tammy’s narrative with her first book, "Text Messages to My Sons," a touching exploration of building deeper connections within a family immersed in a digital world. Whether you’re interested in branding, leadership, or creating meaningful connections, this episode is a compelling guide, offering a glimpse into Tammy’s expertise and the art of crafting lasting connections and brands.
Join us for a chat with Tammy.

Matthew Harms is a New York born and based Ghostwriter and Author Coach. It has been said that everyone has a story to tell, but unfortunately most go through life thinking that theirs will never be read since they lack the ability to construct cohesive and compelling written content into the finished form of a book.

As a life long writer, Matthew has learned from, and adapted, his various experiences in fields such as Finance, Project Management and Real Estate to help those with the desire to help make the world a better place. In the ghostwriting space he prides himself on providing a voice for the voiceless, working with clients who have a message of growth or inspiration that can make the world a better place. As an author coach Matthew partners with aspiring and experienced writers who do not want to have someone else write their story by helping to identify gaps and enhance strengths so they can take their projects to the next level.

Matthew is the author of Grow Up: No, Really and Employed: A Career Readiness Manual, books designed to help people enrich their lives through basic life skills and career readiness training. When he is not focused on helping others, Matthew's other passions are writing works of fiction, both novels and screenplays, and spending time with his children.