A Pocket Financial Adviser
The New York Times, March 9, 2021
Financial apps are getting more sophisticated and more specialized. But they don’t work if you don’t use them.
A Romp Through History
The New York Times, October 23, 2020
Our state constitutions show that progress is not linear
John Singer Sargent’s Muse
How Can They Afford That?
Displaying, Not Hiding Slavery
“It Kept Failing”
Self-doubt? Oh Yes!
Intersectionality in the Workplace
Local efforts on Climate Change
The Ad Council: Trying to Stay Relevant
The New York Times, November 22, 2015
The 70-year-old force behind Smokey Bear moves to social media.
California Magazine, Winter 2014
Is it doable - or even desirable - to raise gender neutral children?
German Crime Novel Comes to America
The International New York Times, June 10, 2014
Anna Maria Schenekel's first novel was a surprise hit in Germany. Will Americans read it?
In a North Face Jacket, a Reversible Appeal
The New York Times, November 16, 2013
North Face jackets, vests and fleeces are everywhere. Why?
How to Trust People
O Magazine, December 2012
Nobody wants to be a sucker. But it’s worse to trust no one.
The Allowance Conundrum
Worth Magazine, August/September 2012
When did giving children allowances get so complicated?
Forget Networking. How to be a Connector
Entrepreneur, January 29, 2012
Connecting is different than networking, but are connectors born or made?
The Old Age Survival Guide
The Atlantic, December 15, 2011
Is there a way to live a longer, happier life?
Marketing to Minorities
National Journal, June 2, 2011
Walking that fine line between ethnic stereotyping and cultural accuracy.
The Atlantic, May 8, 2010
How can kids – and parents – cope when the empty nest becomes a full nest again?
Iraq in Conflict is His Canvas
The Los Angeles Times, September 25, 2005
Profile of artist Steve Mumford.
Lives in the Balance
Government Executive, September 2003
The federal compensation fund for 9/11 victims - it's genesis and quandary.
Explaining The Rage
American Journalism Review, December 2001
After the 9/11 attacks: Why is the Muslim world so angry? And why are Americans so shocked?