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I received some life-changing advice before my first-ever assignment as a news reporter: “Be interested.”


To be any good at this job, the editor explained, you have to be the most interested person in the room.


Ever since, his message has defined my life and work as a writer, editor, analyst, researcher, and content strategist. To wit: I may not always be the most interesting person in the room (and usually I'm not), but you will be hard-pressed to find someone more interested.

Since that first assignment for the Lawrence Ledger, I have created award-winning content on topics ranging from technological disruption to media mega mergers and from AI's impact on society to climate change. My work has appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek and on, Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, PwC’s strategy+business magazine, Gartner Business Quarterly,, and ADWEEK, among other publications and outlets.


I received a B.A. in journalism from Rider University (2001) and a M.A. in Writing from The Johns Hopkins University, where I was named an Outstanding Graduate (2013).


Today, I live in the Boston area. I still write to satiate my hunger for knowledge and insight. In 2020, I won an American Society of Business Publication Editors’ Azbee Award of Excellence in the Company Profile category for my Cannabis Business Times cover story, “Dan’s Gambit,” about the Vancouver, Canada-based cannabis producer Tantalus Labs.


Through it all, I still want to learn and stay interested. 


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