Hi. Need a seasoned professional writer who lives and breathes sustainability? I am open for very selective opportunities from truly forward-thinking organizations. You get the benefit of my global corporate and editorial background coupled with intense advocacy work and significant pro bono leadership positions powered by passion. (Note: my pro bono dance card is full.)
If you think we’re a fit, let’s talk. Bonus points (and possible discounts on 6-month contracts) if you’re a B-Corp, nonprofit, or corporate sustainability powerhouse. Best part? Together we can change the world. See Put Stories to Work for You.
Author of three published books, hundreds of articles, and thousands of blog posts — including a daily blog I was hired to create and then write every day for a year for Cox Enterprises’ Kudzu.com titled Hot Off the Vine, with Pattie Baker about all aspects of green building and sustainable living.
Here are a few mobility-related articles (I also have tons of published organic agriculture articles, plus I was a monthly columnist for New Life Journal):
Sustainability: Coming to a City Near You (one of many feature articles of mine published in Urban Farm magazine, written when where I live became the newest city in the USA and I was appointed to create and lead the Sustainability Commission):
Bike Friendly in a Blink (published in Atlanta Velo City magazine)
Peace Corps invitee (I was scheduled to leave for Peace Corps Uganda in June 2020 but that has been delayed, possibly forever, due to the global coronavirus crisis — here is an excerpt from my book-in-progress about that journey);
Professional communications specialist with major media outlets and global corporations including Gannett, Turner Broadcasting, MetLife, UPS, and Cox Enterprises (see LinkedIn profile and portfolio samples);
League of American Bicyclists Cycling Instructor (#5382) (see my current classes here);
Founder and first chairperson of the City of Dunwoody Sustainability Commission (appointed by the mayor when where I live became the newest city in the USA — now a certified gold-level Green Community from the Atlanta Regional Commission); and Steering Committee appointee on the city’s first Comprehensive Land Use Plan;
Co-creator of the largest volunteer-run community garden in the State of Georgia (as well as numerous other food-growing gardens for those in need);
Member of Mensa;