I’ve managed teams of writers and editors, as well as teams of executives and blue suit consultants.
I’ve launched and grown a national publication on state and local government.
I’ve brought together Chicago City Commissioners and top business leaders to address process problems in Chicago City Hall. Let’s talk about that.
I’ve launched a foundation for the Chicago Public Schools. Let’s talk about that, too.
I’ve worked with economic development lobbyists in Washington, D.C.
I’ve raised a million-dollar plus budget for a shelter for abused women.
I’ve created community awareness plans for a charitable dot.com.
I’ve coached authors as they researched, wrote and sold their books.
I’ve been published by The Wall Street Journal Online, Time Magazine, Crain’s Chicago Business and the Chicago Sun-Times.
I’ve edited three daily newspaper sections a week while writing a weekly column and blog as real estate editor for the Chicago Sun-Times.
I’ve broken ground reporting on disreputable lending practices and the credit crunch.
I’ve promoted Chicago’s green ideals and our budding environmental economy.
I’ve used my communication talents to help launch spiritual businesses.
I’ve found solutions based in the root of “systems.”
I’ve had some very interesting lunch meetings …
ABOUT MY PATH
The Wall Street Journal
Crain’s City & State
Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley
The Chicago Public Schools
The American Economic Development Council
The Chicago Sun-Times
University of Illinois Chicago
Barry Moltz: You Need to be a Little Crazy
Better Government Association
LISC Chicago Community Showcase
Block by Block Community News Network
Knight Digital Media Center
Chicago Community Trust