Healthcare, sports and fitness, media, lifestyle, books, marketing, advertising, SEO, social media.
Novel writing, running, sports, traveling.
Ted earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Ohio State University with a concentration on print journalism.
Ted worked six years in the healthcare industry as a marketing writer, creating articles, press releases, and marketing collateral. He continues to write freelance articles for two health networks. He has won three national marketing writing awards, including one about a physician who initially had difficulty dealing with the birth of her daughter with Down syndrome, until three colleagues helped her change her outlook. Other examples of his work in health include preparing for a marathon, safe and successful dieting, and ways to prevent hearing loss.
Ted worked six years in the healthcare industry as a marketing writer, creating articles, press releases, and marketing collateral. He continues to write freelance articles for two health networks. He has won three national marketing writing awards. Examples of his work include a kidney transplant recipient meeting her donor, a family's journey with a premature infant, and a patient's experience with a rapid return from robotic surgery.
Ted spent 15 years as a sportswriter, columnist, and editor for three newspapers. He won national and state awards, including first-place awards for a column about the Miracle League, a baseball league for physically challenged children. Other examples of his work including covering the 1980 World Series, a 1983 article predicting the impact of the three-point shot in basketball, and a column about T-ball from a parent's perspective.
Ted has considerable experience writing marketing collateral, including brochures, direct mail pieces, and print and online ads.
Ted has considerable experience writing speeches for health network leadership. Examples include introducing new facilities, welcoming dignitaries, and ceremonies for retiring colleagues.