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  Katie Gilbert
Professional/Personal Overview
  As the go-to writer covering the exploding impact investing arena (aka green investing, sustainable investing, responsible investing, etc.), I've published dozens of articles on the space, have been invited to speak about its trends, and have advised impact investing conference organizers. In addition to that expertise, my skills and interests are varied, as evidenced by my regular work for Psychology Today, my years editing novels, books, articles, and corporate copy as a Senior Editor with DLA Editors & Proofers, my experience co-authoring a self-help book about toxic relationship patterns, and my role as a professor of journalism at Manhattanville College.
Work Info
Book Author 3 Years
Editor 6 Years
Writer 8 Years
Arts & Humanities 6 Years
Business (general) 9 Years
Finance 9 Years
Total Media Industry Experience
9 Years
Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Responsible Investor magazine (11+), Institutional Investor magazine (11+), Psychology Today (3-5)
Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)
Quaintise Advertising Agency (11+)
Other Work History
I teach a Journalism 101 course at Manhattanville College in Purchase, N.Y., and for two years was Senior Editor at DLA Editors & Proofers.
Foreign Language Skills
Freelancer Availability
I freelance full-time. I live near New York, NY. I am willing to travel anywhere.
Work Samples
Finance & Investing  
(Forbes, 8/26/2014)
In this article, I help readers get comfortable with the place where their investing and their conscience intersects.
(Institutional Investor, 8/16/2013)
The number of women on Wall Street is declining, even as women become better-represented in almost every other industry. What's difference in finance?
(Institutional Investor, 9/13/2012)
A web feature on how financial firms are responding to the next generation's attraction to impact investing.
(Institutional Investor, 6/6/2012)
A web feature about investor efforts post-Citizens United to fight shadowy political spending.
(Institutional Investor, 2/1/2012)
One of my regular "Green Shoots" columns, about how investors may have a role to play in helping to fund successful government social programs.
(Institutional Investor, 9/12/2011)
A web feature about how Wall Street has transformed since 9/11.
(Institutional Investor, 11/1/2010)
A cover story about the money managers who have recently begun searching for investment returns in the environmental and social issues long considered too soft or too irrelevant to turn the heads of cold, hard capitalists.
(Institutional Investor, 9/1/2009)
A cover story about investing in alternative energy.
(Willamette Week, 10/16/2008)
A news feature for Portland, Oregon's alternative newsweekly about signs of the economic downturn cropping up in counselors' offices.
Health and Culture  
(Al Jazeera America, 12/7/2014)
A feature exploring how modern utopias -- or intentional communities, as their proponents prefer -- still have to deal with dystopian finances.
(Narratively, 1/2/2014)
Quaint vestige of the Gutenberg era, or cutting-edge panacea for social needs? For a broad swath of the neediest New Yorkers, the humble public library is proving its business is about far more than just books.
(The Atlantic, 10/26/2013)
Tracking fertility naturally and effectively is more complicated than just counting days on the calendar. But it can work.
(PsychologyToday.com, 3/9/2010)
A blog post for Psychology Today about my struggles with authenticity as an American living in Buenos Aires.
(Willamette Week, 11/5/2008)
A news article for Portland, Oregon's alternative newsweekly about a new shelter for victims of sex trafficking.
(Psychology Today, 10/1/2006)
A story for the Health&Happiness section about the surprising reliability of self-rated health.
(Psychology Today, 9/1/2006)
A Health&Happiness-section article about the biology behind the early bird/night owl divide.
(by Dr. Seth Meyers, with Katie Gilbert, 12/1/2010)
The self-help book about Relationship Repetition Syndrome I co-wrote with Dr. Seth Meyers, published by Adams Media.
Contact Info
  Katie Gilbert
New York, NY 

E-Mail: katie.elizabeth.gilbert@gmail.com
Website: http://