Daisy Mullett Smith

Title: Publisher, Owner
Company: Mullett-Smith Press
Location: Culpeper, Virginia, United States

Daisy Smith, Publisher and Owner of Mullett-Smith Press, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the publishing industry.

In 1984, Ms. Smith began her career in publishing as an editor, computer specialist and desktop publisher at Mullett-Smith Press, and in 1989 she became the owner and publisher of the company. From 1990 to 2018, she held an additional position as a music copyist at Mullett-Smith Press and has held numerous further posts since, including serving as a web weaver and typesetter. Mr. Smith has also contributed as a consultant and a speaker in her field and has further excelled through her written work, authoring “A.B. Mullett, His Relevance in American Architecture” in 1990, editing “A.B. Mullett, Architect Engineer 1862-90” and contributing numerous articles to professional journals. Through these publications, she celebrated the accomplishments and legacy of the architect A.B. Mullett, her maternal great-grandfather.

Ms. Smith began her higher education at American University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 1970, and continued her academic pursuits at the University of Southern California, where she was certified in computer programming in 1986. In 1987, she was certified in records management by the Association of Records Managers and Administrators. Prior to her work as a publisher, she found success as a Christian Science practitioner at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, as well as a Christian Science campus counselor at The American University. As an active participant in her community, Ms. Smith helped to make the county jail in Charlestown, West Virginia, into a historical landmark and was the recipient of a Key to the City from the mayor of Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1989. She has maintained affiliation with the National Society of Arts and Letters, the National Trust for Historical Preservation, the Association of Records Managers and Administrators, the U.S. Treasury Historical Association and the U.S. Capitol Historical Society, among others.

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