Steve writes technical journal articles and white papers on various topics but specializing in environmental and general business disciplines. Steve's experience includes creating PowerPoint presentations for teaching technology through seminars. His entrepreneurial skills include owning and managing an insurance agency and an environmental engineering firm. And, no reflection on the rest of this blurb, Steve is a creative storyteller with two screenplays to his credit.
Screenwriting/scriptwriting: Steve enjoys the creative process and struggle of originality.
Golf, hunting: relaxes the mind and spirit.
Freelance work: As a business owner for thirty years, I enjoy the freedom of setting hours if not deadlines.
Currently a member of the technology transfer board. Football and Lacrosse fan.
Currently serving on the technology transfer board
Steve owned an insurance agency for ten years providing sound risk management advice and insurance policy selections for his clients. He has completed his CPCU educational requirements and holds an ARM designation.
Steve has written and published over one hundred insurance and risk management articles. Subjects include: personal and commercial lines, professional liability, workers compensation experience modification explanations, and general insurance business.
Steve has been a licensed real estate broker for thirty years specializing in pre-development site selection and preparedness. He holds a bachelors degree in economics from the University of Virginia.
Steve writes real estate articles from the perspective of the broker, buyer, seller, or developer with experience at each position in the contract.
Battelle Symposia, environmental articles,
think tank articles,
economics and ethics.
Insurance and risk management.
Steve has written and edited two internal use newsletters for two years. Steve sells insurance agency newsletter content to outside agencies. Steve also writes blog pieces for several industries.
Emails call for brevity and clarity: three act play in two sentences. What is the purpose of the email, how that benefits the reader, call to action.