About Barbara Paulsen
Barbara Paulsen is the Story Development Editor for National Geographic Magazine, where she serves as an assistant executive editor. That means she's one of the key people involved in deciding which stories the magazine should cover, and how best to do so. In addition to assigning and editing at least 10-12 features herself on geopolitics and the clash between environment and culture each year, she has been a primary editor on the magazine's specials devoted to Emerging China, the Freshwater Crisis, and a forthcoming series on the impact of 7 Billion people on the planet in 2011.
Before coming to National Geographic, Paulsen was the editor-in-chief of Health Magazine, published by Time Inc. in San Francisco, where she oversaw a talented staff of science journalists. Before that, she worked as an editor at Texas Monthly in Austin. She currently resides in Washington D.C., along with her husband, Teo, and their 12-year-old son, Miro.
- Location: Washington , DC 20016 USA
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- Was accepted for May 16-21 2010 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Barbara Paulsen (includes contributory writing):
- Golden Key Piano School
- At the Golden Key Piano School, a place of no lesson books, no mechanical exercises and no tears. The music is drawn from the rich traditions of Russian folkloric music ...