April 3: How to Balance writing for Love and Paying the Bills (Podcast)
Jennifer Goforth Gregory
Jennifer Goforth Gregory has been a professional writer for over 20 years and specializes in B2B technology. Her clients include IBM, Adobe, Verizon, Samsung, Ameriprise, Allstate, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Costco. She is on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Journalists & Authors. Jennifer lives in North Carolina with her husband, two kids and three dogs.
April 17: Staying Healthy as a Writer (Podcast)
A runner since age 11, Dr. Jason Karp is one of America’s foremost running experts, entrepreneur, and creator of the Revo2lution Running certification. He owns Run-Fit, LLC, the premier provider of innovative running and fitness services.
A prolific writer, Jason is the author of eight books: The Inner Runner, Run Your Fat Off, 14-Minute Metabolic Workouts, Running a Marathon For Dummies, Running for Women, 101 Winning Racing Strategies for Runners, 101 Developmental Concepts & Workouts for Cross Country Runners, and How to Survive Your PhD. He has more than 400 articles published in numerous international coaching, running, and fitness trade and consumer magazines, including Track Coach, Techniques for Track & Field and Cross Country, New Studies in Athletics, Runner’s World, Running Times, Women’s Running, Marathon & Beyond, IDEA Fitness Journal, Oxygen, PTontheNet.com, Shape, and Ultra-Fit. He also was the senior editor for Active Network.
April 27: Cut the B.S. Out of Your Writing (Live)
Josh wrote the book Writing without Bullshit. He’s been a professional writer since 1982. he’s coauthored three books on business strategy, including Groundswell, which was a bestseller, and he’s passionate about clear, brief, fascinating communication.
For 20 years at Forrester Research, Josh wrote and edited reports on the future of technology. He learned to do kickass analysis of business strategy, then taught others to do so. In his last five years there, as Senior Vice President, Idea Development, Josh identified, developed, and promoted Forrester’s most powerful and influential ideas. He gave hundreds of speeches around the world, got quoted in every news source you can name, and gave strategy advice to countless clients from the world’s largest companies and tech vendors. He also created Technographics, the segmentation that launched Forrester’s highly successful consumer survey business.
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