A memoir about moving forward

The life and career of Virginia Buckingham, the woman in charge of Boston’s Logan International Airport on 9/11, was torn apart after terrorists hijacked two planes and flew them into the World Trade Center. She was forced to resign and was sued for wrongful death by one of the victims’ family. In her new memoir On My Watch (Cavan Bridge Press, 2020), Buckingham “shares her struggle to rebuild her life and come to terms with being blamed for the unimaginable tragedy that occurred on her watch.” A Boston College alumna, Buckingham discussed her book and themes of resilience and moving forward versus moving on in a WSBT interview and in an opinion piece for the NY Post.

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