Do you need help with your writing? Guidance and support on a challenging project or transition? I can help.
Education, law, public health, business, the arts—all of these are familiar terrain. During four years as special assistant for communications to then-Harvard Law School Dean (now U.S. Supreme Court Justice) Elena Kagan, I drafted speeches, essays, and an array of external communications. I am currently a Senior Writer at Harvard School for Public Health.
I am also the author of two suspense novels, both published by Little, Brown: Equivocal Death, a People magazine Page-Turner of the Week, and The Anniversary, which was a Readers’ Digest selection and recently optioned for film.
My work has appeared in the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Huffington Post, and Salon, among other venues, and recent freelance projects include pieces for Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the Harvard School of Public Health.
Along with my blog, I take on freelance writing assignments and am also available for personal or career coaching. To find out more, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org