Heather Schultz is the communications and development manager at The Donaldson Adoption Institute and freelance writer. She has covered a wide array of beats including bridal technology, criminal justice, pop culture, direct marketing, legal technology, digital marketing and interior design. Her articles have been published in The New York Times, NBC News, New York Daily News, St. Louis-Post Dispatch, Kollaboration New York, WhoSay, Library Journal, Direct Marketing News and Law Technology News. She has also written columns on reproductive health for the Center for American Progress and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Aside from her professional writing career, Heather is working on a memoir about her journey for unconditional self-love and acceptance from the lens of an adoptee and domestic violence survivor. She received both a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and Master of Public Administration from Baruch College in New York City. In her spare time, Heather serves on the volunteer Board of Directors of Also-Known-As, Inc., runs a pre-teen adoptee support group for All Together Now, and participates in the annual MS Walk at Jones Beach State Park in memory of her mother. You can find her at www.heatherjschultz.com, follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @heatherjschultz, and Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/heather.j.schultz/. She also helps run DAI's "Let's Adopt Reform" town halls, which you can live stream from http://www.letsadoptreform.org.
Songs from A Collective Effort are available at SoundCloud (Http://soundcloud.com/acollectiveeffortmusic/sets/a-collective-effort-mix-bag) and other music of the podcast comes courtesy of Needle Drop Records by The Bell.
Follow me on Twitter @TheRamblerADHD, email me at TheRamblerADHD@gmail.com, and like/share me on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheRamblerADHD. If you like the podcast, please be so kind as to leave a nice review on iTunes. Thanks for listening!