Carrie Nathans, MPS
Carrie represents leading voices in natural medicine, nutrition, and behavioral health. As a writer and editor, she translates scientific research into practical knowledge, empowering readers to take an active role in their health care. Her articles, blog posts, fact sheets, and practical guides express the missions and messages of nonprofit organizations and government agencies. She has an MPS in Publishing from the George Washington University. Devoted to health, wellness, and lifelong learning, Carrie loves reading, practicing yoga, conjuring up kid-friendly vegetarian recipes for her two children, and playing piano.
- Nonprofit content development
- Representing perspectives across academia, industry, government
- Producing press releases, newsletters, blog posts, videos
- Building editorial vision and strategy
- Health and wellness writing and editing
- Reader engagement and retention
- Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Publishing – George Washington University
- BA in English – Roanoke College
Carrie brings over a decade of dedicated expertise to the realm of nonprofit content development, with a particular focus on health and wellness. She adeptly navigates the intricate landscape of representing diverse perspectives across academia, industry, and government. Carrie’s proficiency extends to the meticulous crafting of various communication mediums, including press releases, newsletters, blog posts, and engaging videos. With a proven track record in editorial roles, Carrie seamlessly orchestrates the entire content production process, from conceptualizing topics and assigning articles to overseeing publication and executing strategic promotion initiatives.
Carrie strives to meet readers where they’re at with informative, engaging, and inspiring content. Empowering readers to actively participate in their health journeys starts with clear, inclusive communication. For more than 10 years, Carrie has edited health and wellness copy for nonprofit magazines, newsletters, and journals. Her work spans all aspects of production, from topic development and article assignment to publication and promotion. As executive editor, Carrie develops INM’s editorial strategy and helps bring our content vision to fruition.