Sarah Stankorb Taylor

Cincinnati, OH USA

Professional Experience

A well-published freelance writer and editor with nonprofit roots. I've published extensively on social enterprise and the environment and have covered topics ranging from poverty to quantum entanglement to the local economics (and environmental impact) of fracking.


3 Years
5 Years
Other, Specify
5 Years


Environment & Nature
5 Years
3 Years
6 Years


Academia Other
2 Years
Online/new media
5 Years
6 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

8 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

GOOD Magazine (10+), CNNMoney/Small Business (6-10), (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Natural Resources Defense Council (10+), Case Western Reserve University (1-2), Hybrid Studios (10+)

Other Work History

Writer/Editor II, American University Education & Communications Director, National Park Trust Communications Manager, The Corps Network Development Associate, AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland Philosophy Adjunct Faculty, Lakeland Community College

Technical Skills

Writing, reporting, editing, some photo editing, back-end experience with Joomla, Word Press and similar CMS

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, and (some) PhotoShop/InDesign


Laptop, digital camera, digital recorder, home office, Adobe, PhotoShop, MS programs


Available upon request


Progressive Communicators of the District of Columbia


Writing Samples

This is a series of articles I wrote for GOOD Magazine about the evolution of social enterprise and with profile stories to highlight various aspects of the movement.
Links and article examples appear at

Nonprofit writing consultant

I currently ghostwrite for an international nonprofit, and for years as a nonprofit communications professional edited and wrote annual report content. Samples are available upon request.
News items for monthly nonprofit electronic newsletter, with just enough information to get readers to click through to the organization's website.
I frequently assist nonprofits in making their complex (and sometimes wonky) policy work more accessible to the public. This is an example of very detailed web content.