Editor of Potential magazine, Kennedy Krieger Institute’s flagship publication, distributed to over 50,000 patients and families, donors, healthcare professionals, and members of the media.
Editor of Connection, newsletter for employees of Kennedy Krieger Institute, circulation 3,000+.
Former editor of Johns Hopkins University PrimeTime News for retirees of Johns Hopkins University (1/10-8/11)
Marketing through Storytelling
“Rehabilitation: Three-time Cancer Survivor Finds Her Strength” - After cancer and chemotherapy left her so fragile doctors said she might never walk again, a young girl finds her strength with the help of Kennedy Krieger.
“Beating the Pain” – When multiple doctors could not help relieve her suffering from pain so severe she could no longer walk, Katie Bickford sought help at Kennedy Krieger’s Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Program and today, she has her life back.
“Bringing Back Matthew” – After surviving a horrific car crash, a young boy defied expectations in his recovery from traumatic brain injury, thanks to Kennedy Krieger Institute.
“A New Life, Half a World Away” – Ostracized by her own people because of her son’s developmental disabilities, a mother’s journey to save her son leads her from Africa to Kennedy Krieger and its affiliate PACT.
“Bringing it All Home for Patients with Tuberous Sclerosis” – New interdisciplinary clinic brings world-class research, care, and support for families of patients with complex neurodevelopmental disorder.
“A Place to Call Home” – Now celebrating 25 years, Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Therapeutic Foster Care program trains foster parents to care for children with special needs.
“A Ray of Light Amidst Darkness” – A small Baltimore nonprofit works to bring awareness and research into the causes and prevention of stillbirth, bringing hope to parents who have lost a child.
“Learning Therapy: Rohan’s Story” – When brain injury happens at a young age, education can be a critical component of recovery.
“Finding the Right Fit: Diego’s Story” - After struggling to succeed in other schools, Diego found the support he needed to thrive—thanks to Kennedy Krieger’s specialized autism education programs.
“Unbroken: Pfeiffer’s Story” – At 4 years old, Pfeiffer is funny, precocious, very charming, and wise beyond her years. She loves dresses with flowers, Barbies, and all things girly. She is also partially paralyzed, a result of transverse myelitis.
“Why Wait and See?: Matthew’s Story” – After early intervention helped her son Matthew, Marlo teamed up with Kennedy Krieger’s Center for Autism for minority outreach.
“Unraveling the Mystery of a Lifetime: Keith and Kevin’s Story” – Innovative genetic sequencing technology helps diagnose two brothers who were “undiagnosable”for more than 20 years, leading the way for other families to find answers.
“The Transformation of James: James’s Story” – After more than 15 years of receiving services at Kennedy Krieger Institute—from the feeding program, to the severe behavioral unit, to the autism school program—James Williams III is redefining his potential.
“Darius Rolls On: Darius’s Story” – Darius Weems, star of Darius Goes West, participates in groundbreaking research for the fatal disease, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, which took the life of his brother at age 19.
Profile of Sisters Together & Reaching (STAR) Co-founder, Rev. Debra Hickman - Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute Newsletter
Retiree Profile: India Lowres – Johns Hopkins University PrimeTime News
“If You Ask Me, A Paring Knife Does Just Fine, Thanks!” – The Washington Post
“Live Near Your Work Makes Home Ownership a Reality” – Johns Hopkins Bayview Banner
“Move to Johns Hopkins at Keswick Underway” – Johns Hopkins University PrimeTime News