Edit content written by content interns and offer developmental feedback. Content ranges from opinion pieces, to creative work, to personal experience.
Craft weekly newsletter including an Activist Agenda Item and Make Muse's "current faves."
Collaborate with founder and other online editors to streamline editing and update style guide.
Write one to two content pieces per month.
Edit and guide the development of the manuscripts of undergraduate students with the intent to publish.
Act as an intermediary between student authors and professor to provide feedback and progress reports.
Copy edit full-length manuscripts.
Wrote weekly features and a children's activity column.
Copy edited articles before print days.
Brainstormed two new columns- Street Smart and Missing the Boat.
Honed skills in journalistic writing, tactful and direct interviewing and time management.
Position took place during summers 2015-2017.
La Vie en Femme started as Abigail's outlet for her own life story. Through growing up with four sisters, to losing her father to suicide (and everything in between), Abigail wanted to see what other women had to say about their experiences. Whether it's an open letter to the male libido, a pushback on western feminism, or what it's like having your period during a marathon, this book tries to... read more
Americans waste enough food to fill, each and every day, the 90,000-seat Rose Bowl Stadium. And this, while 50 million Americans, 16 million of which are children, don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Add to this the fact that most of our food waste ends up decomposing in landfills, emitting dangerous methane gas, and you’ve got all the makings of a gargantuan problem — the world’s... read more
So, you want to change the world but don't know where to start?Today’s world faces daunting challenges: climate change, global conflict, inequality, and health crises, to name a few. In the face of these overwhelming problems, how can we possibly begin to make a difference? The first step is simple: go for a walk.In It Starts with a Step, you'll discover that walking holds the key to solving t... read more
More than 40% of Fortune 500 Companies were founded by immigrants or their children. According to the Association of American Colleges and Universities, foreign-born residents of the United States are more likely to have a doctorate or professional degree than native-born residents. You may wonder: How do these immigrants, many of whom come to a new country without much money, support, or fami... read more
Is federal innovation truly an oxymoron?In Innovation Nation, Taylor Fitzgerald argues that the answer is a firm “no.”Innovation Nation will show you how the United States Federal Government has helped create the greatest innovations of the past century. From partnerships in private equity to startups and beyond, Fitzgerald exposes how a culture of modernization and dynamic change has been abl... read more
For decades, politics in the United States have stagnated in a cynical, dysfunctional, and distrustful climate. Author Daniel D. Ernst interviewed, studied and researched dozens of civic leaders to capture the inspiring stories of the leaders of tomorrow. Daniel chronicles the narratives of 11 politicians whose core attributes are representative of the type of leaders necessary to shape the fu... read more
Do you want to be a part of the next gold rush? In 2017, the United States raised $76.4 billion in venture capital funding. On the other hand, Latin America raised just $1.1 billion. Why the discrepancy? Silicon Valley is king of venture capital and start-ups, but it's a crowded field of well-established players. El Valle de Silicio introduces a four-step method on how to identify a potential ... read more
Love it, hate it, ignore it...athleisure isn't just a fashion trend. It represents a shift in how more women are choosing to dress — for themselves. Between 2011 and 2016, the activewear market grew almost seven times as fast as the overall apparel market, representing a third of the entire clothing market. Despite the backlash that women experienced for wearing their yoga pants out in public,... read more
Six and a half billion dollars. That's roughly how much money startups raised through initial coin offerings in 2017. Through this process, startups sidestepped the traditional venture capital fundraising model by selling virtual tokens. How did they do it? In a space characterized by fraud and scams, this book provides a unique glimpse into the crazy world of ICOs in 2017. With his own resear... read more
Are you business-minded? (check)Are you a curious person? (check)Would you consider yourself an “entrepreneur”? (check)But when's the last time you took a class in creativity, empathy, or leadership?Growing up, you were the kid that would ask your parents, “Why is the sky blue? Why do our teeth fall out?” And the infamous, “Where do babies come from?” You used to ask so many questions that you... read more
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