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Sarah Granger has been a professional journalist for more than twenty years, including feature articles in print magazines, academic journals, and online.

Recent Articles –

Medium: “Get Over It — Time to Move Past Tokenism,” October 28, 2016

The Huffington Post: “Hillary Clinton’s Tech Agenda Addresses Key Industry Weaknesses of Diversity, Pipeline,” July 5 2016

MediaShift: “The Upsides and Downsides of Ghostwriting for Executives,” November 4, 2015

The Huffington Post: “State Department’s Tech Camps Provide Strategic Digital Tools for Journalists, NGOs,” July 8, 2015

Ms. blog: “5 Steps to Social Change Through Digital Engagement,” September 15, 2014

BlogHer: “Tackling Social Media Overload Before it Eats Us Alive,” September 9, 2014

The Huffington Post: “How the Celebrity Photo Hack Affects the Rest of Us,” September 3, 2014

Boing Boing: “Taking an active role in our kids’ digital lives,” August 26, 2014

The Huffington Post: “Rethinking Thought Leadership to Cut Through the Digital Clutter,” July 14, 2014

Medium: “For the Love-Hate of E-mail,” December 11, 2013

Forbes: “How to Navigate AngelList Like a Pro,” September 17, 2013

Harvard Business Review: “A Wave of Angel Investing Organizations Focuses on Women, ” December 4, 2012

Air & Space Power Journal: “Warfare in the Cyber Domain,” September 20, 2012

Sarah’s Blogs / Columns –

Sarah’s articles have been published at Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Boing Boing, Ms., MediaShiftReal Simple Blog, Security Focus, The San Francisco Chronicle at SFGate.comNBC Bay Area, IEEE Spectrum, The Huffington PostDigital Landing, GovFresh, Air & Space Power Journal, MindJack, BlogHer, techPresident, Women 2.0, SFBayStyle, Medium, Bay Area Parent, and numerous blogs. Her articles have also been syndicated at MSNBC.com and WSJ.com.

Additional articles, blogs, plays, screenplays, video shorts, and editing work available on request.