The boy who loved Senator Warren
Elizabeth Warren draws crowds of thousands wherever she goes — but the real magic of her candidacy for president happens one person at a time. Children feel that instinctively. As web and Twitter lead for the volunteer Warren campaign in Minnesota, I got to help one kid’s mom tell the story of her son’s enthusiasm.
Minnesota, we can’t count on Washington
It was a hot summer for health care policy in 2017. In Washington, Republicans were hell-bent on “repealing and replacing” the Affordable Care Act — and it looked as though they just might. In Minnesota, people were terrified that they’d lose their health insurance coverage.
Four concepts for health care leaders
A national health I.T. company needed to tell leaders of hospitals and health systems about a new technology for clinical documentation. My client asked me to create four original concepts for an advertising campaign that spoke to the aspirations of clinicians today.
The Commerce of Things
The trouble with innovation is that it’s unfamiliar — sometimes even scary. To help a digital payment provider introduce the world to the possibilities of transactions enabled by internet-connected objects, I worked with executives to build out a “thought leadership” platform. This article is part of it.