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Sue De Pasquale is the magazine’s consulting editor. She is an award-winning magazine writer and editor who specializes in creating new magazines and publications and re-thinking existing ones. After 12 years as the editor of Johns Hopkins Magazine, she founded her own company to provide independent editorial consulting to area magazines.
Abby Lattes is the magazine’s managing editor. Prior to joining the Whiting School in 2006, she edited magazines, directed publications, marketing and public relations programs and was a freelance writer for arts, cultural, and educational institutions, including the Maryland Institute College of Art, the Maryland Historical Society, the Jewish Museum of Maryland, and the Maryland State Arts Council.
Greg Bennett, owner of Cut Once, is the magazine’s editorial design director. He is an award-winning designer with eighteen of years experience providing art direction and design to educational institutions, non-profits, and leading brands. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CBS News, Communication Arts, and Graphics, and others have commended his work.
Lisa DeNike Ercolano is the senior writer for the magazine. Prior to joining the Whiting School in 2013, she spent nine years as a media relations representative for the university’s Office of Communications, where she wrote about astronomy and physics, biology, chemistry, psychology, and neuroscience. Her work has appeared in The Baltimore Sun and Tribune Co. newspapers.
Alex Van Horn is the web content editor for the magazine. He joined the Whiting School in 2013, working with the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Center for Language and Speech Processing to write about research advances and initiatives. He graduated from Loyola University Maryland in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Writing, focusing on poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.