Articles, including feature stories, profiles, commentary/op-ed, and journal articles for The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and other publications.


Books, “works for hire,” such as a history of Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Club, and the top-selling Art of Fine Cigars authored for LittleBrown & Co.


Fact sheets developed with AED for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Marketing collateral, such as annual reports and brochures for Family Health International and other clients.


Monographs, such as one developed for PATH on the role of NGOs in implementing new medical technologies in the developing world.


Newsletters, such as those written and edited for the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA).


Proposals, such as a winning $35 million USAID proposal written for Family Health International.


Reports, such as meeting summaries for SAMHSA, Veterans Affairs and NIH-sponsored national medical conferences.


“Success stories” profiling individuals and programs implementing donor-funded projects, such as those written for the Futures Group.


Technical writing that requires “translating” medical or other  technical information into “plain English” for nonspecialized readers.


Training manuals, such as those for use in the developing world developed for Family Health International.


Web content, such as that developed, written, and managed for Family Health International.

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