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I started out writing, but soon found my calling to be more than words. Ideas translated more aptly describes what I do. Since graduating from Yale University with a degree in film studies (concentration: screenwriting), I have worked as an educator, a journalist, a book editor, a scriptwriter, a video producer, a communications consultant, a messaging strategist, and a web producer.
In 2007, I published my first article, about the effects of land mines in coffee growing regions. Since then, I have contributed nearly 200 articles to trade & consumer publications throughout North America, on topics ranging from social to environmental. This includes penning the monthly seed science column for GROWING magazine. (See Clips or contact me to request a sample.)
In 2010, I edited “thought leader”, Bart Wendell’s business leadership book, “Hot Leaders, Cool Facilitators.” During that same year, the Office of School Partnerships at UMass Lowell hired me to rebrand the Northeast STEM Pipeline and revamp its website. As part of that project, I co-created an educational webzine, STEM matters. Serving as managing editor/producer of STEM matters for two years proved to be excellent training ground for my latest endeavor as founder and producer of Real World STEM: a video-based webzine providing insider access for teens to the real world of science, tech, engineering and math. For information about recent projects, click projects.I am currently accepting new clients. To discuss your needs, contact me. Click here to read my Blog.