Client List

Just a few of my clients and employers, past, present, and/or future:

  • Harvard’s Kennedy School of Public Policy/Leadership for a Networked World 
    (white paper editing and design consultation)
  • Star-Tribune
    (book reviews and features)
  • Twin Cities Business
    (features and department writing)
  • Minnesota Department of Employee Relations
    (brochure writing, editing, and design consultation)
  • Office of Higher Education
    (communications associate and web content editor)
  • American Taekwondo Association
    (editor of ATA World magazine, focused on family health and fitness through martial arts)
    (freelance writer on things related to Minnesota literary arts)
  • Minnesota History Center
    (playwright/show producer for RetroRama)
  • Metro Magazine
    (columnist on the Twin Cities’ literary arts)
    (regular photographer)
  • Meredith Publishing Group
    (originating writer/editor, Travel Meredith blog and e-newsletter)
  • General Mills/Pillsbury
    (writer of magazine profiles about real Americans who’d won the Pillsbury Cook-Off)
  • Delta Sky magazine
    (features and occasional editing)
  • Creative Kidstuff
    (catalog writer and general marketing consultant—including the t-shirt slogans)
  • St. Cloud State University
    (mass media/rhetoric instructor)
  • Minnesota State University, Mankato
    (mass media/rhetoric instructor)
  • The Mayo Clinic
    (web features)
  • The Writer’s Almanawith Garrison Keillor
    (writer of radio scripts)
  • Minnesota Public Radio
    (they purchased episodes of The Electric Arc Radio Show, of which I was a creator)
  • 3M
    (I’m one of the Ellen Everymom bloggers for the Nexcare line of bandages)
  • UnitedHealth Group
    (writer/editorial lead for Renew magazine)
  • Washburn Center for Children
    (Sponsored content for this provider of mental health services for children, including a profile of one of the child survivors of the 35W Bridge Collapse)
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Minnesota
    (Sponsored content for the Twin Cities Finest program, which celebrates young, local philanthropists)

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