I'm a storyteller by nature, I'm a strategist, marketer, information architect, the kid who always loved solving problems (as long as they didn't involve too much math).
Mostly though—writing is behind everything, the narrative arc that makes a fundraising appeal work, a viewbook shine, an annual report breathe, a website make sense.
In my writing life, I've published dozens of articles, many for Vegetarian Times, where I answered readers' questions about crucial issues such as the dangers of dry cleaning, and whether cows explode if you don't milk them (they don't). I've also written two compelling nonfiction books, and some fiction. The Barbara Deming Fund and state of Illinois have both recently supported for my newest nonfiction project about the amazing, underpaid legions who care for the elderly and who are in dangerously short supply, called In the Land of Love and Backache.