Right. Tight. Bright. Light.

That’s how I write.

Read on! Then let’s talk about how I can help you engage your audience with compelling content — from blogs to books and beyond.

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If you’re an agency, company or media outlet looking for writers, or an editorial freelancer looking for fresh clients, come to Content Connections, Nov. 18,  a one-day ASJA conference for freelancers and their clients, with a special focus on content marketing and strategy. 

Some of my latest:

Found on the Essays and Commentary page, this Sept. 11, 2017 essay about the place that the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks occupy in our collective personal histories. 

Found on the Articles page, this June 6, 2017 feature for the Craft Industry Alliance that outlines how creative entrepreneurs can use crowdfunding to build a sustainable business. 

Found on the  Articles page, this piece published in the April 2017 issue of Chief Investment  Officer about the fundamental importance of due diligence when outsourcing asset management and investment administration.

Found on the Essays & Commentary page, this comment on the tempest-in-a-water-glass about Vice President Mike Pence’s policy of not lunching with individual women, published in the Chicago Tribune 

Found on the Articles page, this piece published in the April 2017 AARP Bulletin about preventing senior citizen fraud.

Found on the Articles page, this pragmatic feature for the Craft Industry Alliance on how artisans can sell to museum stores.

Found on the Essays & Commentary page, this essay for the Chicago Tribune about how the women’s march can truly effect change.

Found on the Essays & Commentary page, this essay for the Chicago Tribune about what I observed by virtually attending the January, 2017 women’s march.

Found on the Articles  page, a long-form analysis for SAGE Business Researcher about  why women get stuck on the path to senior corporate leadership, and a sidebar on the particular challenges that women in STEM fields must navigate.