Building on a robust corporate and feature-writing career in NYC and Atlanta, I currently write my heart out, teach classes as a League of American Bicyclists Cycling Instructor, and plant seeds of change that make a measurable difference in our changing world. I previously started or revived a ton of organic gardens, including ones for those in need, and I’m passionate about all things related to triple-bottom-line sustainability (here is a sneak peek at some of my nonprofit work). My core competency is as a content creator (books, blogs, feature articles, and business communications). As a member of Mensa, I am a fast learner and I don’t waste your time or money. If there is a way we can work together to change the world for the better, please let me know.

If interested, here is a small selection of my published articles (see here for articles other journalists have written about my outreach work). You may find something helpful on your own journey:

Bicycle Safety Tips for Female Travelers (Unearth Women)

Shareable Scooters May Seem Sustainable, but Are They Really? (Ensia)

Rod Pittman’s Passion for Farming Never Grows Old (Edible Atlanta)

Young Inmates Doing Thyme in the Prison Garden  (Juvenile Justice Information Exchange)

On a Wing and a Prayer (Chickens Magazine)

Today’s Most Unknown Agricultural Crisis (100PercentCork.org)

Sustainability: Coming to a City Near You (Urban Farm Magazine)

Bike-Friendly in a Blink (Atlanta Velo Magazine)

Don’t Take a Vacation from Your Principles — Check into a Green Hotel (New Life Journal)

Food as Art (Profile of Artist Norm Citron) (Edible Atlanta)

Feeling Cheesy? (New Life Journal)

“Yes, Virginia, One Person Can Make a Difference” A Day in the Life of a Gleaner (Foodshed Planet)

How to Start a Community Garden on Public Land Near You (Southeast Green)

Expert Tips: Growing and Using Herbs (I ghost-wrote this for Williams Sonoma)

I also ghost-wrote all of these for U.S. News and World Report