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Some of my latest:
Found on the Articles page, this November 2020 story forecasts a socially safe, still historically accurate, holiday celebration at Conner Prairie in Indiana.
Found on the Articles page,this September 4, 2020, story for the Chicago Tribune shows how the very definition of getting away is changing – and forcing neck-snapping changes in vacation home markets.
Found on the Articles page, this piece for Digital Privacy News outlines the unintended consequences of making the most of financial help during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. Coronavirus Aid Programs Risk Upending Privacy, Credit Scores, March 31, 2020
Found on the Essays and Commentary page, this essay about the healing and practical power of quilting made the Sunday issue of the Chicago Tribune. Quilters are patching together hope through mask-sewing effort Chicago Tribune March 27, 2020
Found on the Articles page, here’s how AARP Wisconsin is advocating for better retirement savings plans for those who work for themselves and for small businesses: AARP Bulletin – Wisconsin Considers New Retirement Options for Workers – January 2020
Found on the Articles page, this piece for MIddle Market Growth magazine about how Native American Tribes are driving economic growth in their communities – Native American Investors Chart a New Path, March 2020
Found on the Essays and Commentary page, this Chicago Tribune essay illustrates ho how one popular, and useful, employee benefit can have the unintended downside of undermining equal pay. How Work-life Programs Stall Women’s Careers, Pay – Chicago Tribune, April 2, 2019
Found on the Articles page, this story about new strategies to help Wisconsinites more effectively save for retirement. AARP Bulletin – Build a Nest Egg – September 2018 Need a Nest Egg? First, Make a Nest Sept. 2018
Found on the Articles page, this feature for Arthritis Today outlined ways that people with all types of arthritis and related conditions can still enjoy traveling. Soak in the Joy of Travel, June 2018 Arthritis Today June ‘18045.compressed
Found on the Articles page, these stories for cryptocurrency startup ThirtyK delve into rapidly emerging issues for this new industry: Wanted: Messiah to Spread the Word on Cryptocurrencies, April 25, 2018, or download the story here: Wanted: Messiah to Spread the Word on Cryptocurrencies | ThirtyK
Unblocked: Women Working to Gain Influence in Cryptocurrency , May 1, 2018, or download the story here: Unblocked: Women Working to Gain Influence in Cryptocurrency | ThirtyK
Found on the Essays and Commentary page, this June 1, 2018 commentary about the potential and shortcomings of the “Freelance Isn’t Free” law in New York City, published in Crain’s New York business: Patch This Loophole in the Freelancer’s Law – Crain’s New York Business
Found on the Articles page, this June 6, 2017 feature for the Craft Industry Alliance that outlines how creative entrepreneurs can use crowdfunding to build a sustainable business.
Found on the Articles page, this piece published in the April 2017 issue of Chief Investment Officer about the fundamental importance of due diligence when outsourcing asset management and investment administration.