Paula AndrussCurious as all get-out, I’ve loved researching and writing about new topics ever since drafting my first “real” research paper, a compelling sixth-grade report on Harriet Tubman. Since then, I’ve logged decades of experience exploring thought-provoking topics ranging from how to calculate an accurate business valuation to why babies love boxes. My articles have been published in USA Today, Woman’s Day, Parents, Entrepreneur and dozens more. I also create influential content for consumer product companies including Procter & Gamble, Kroger and General Electric, and for healthcare companies ranging from hospital systems to medical device manufacturers.

I’m lucky to have had some remarkable experiences along the way, from interviewing some of my own celebrity idols to being jumped by a monkey in the Amazon rainforest. I’m enthusiastic about learning, passionate about storytelling, and love to present all types of information in a way that’s understandable and enjoyable to read.

Prior to freelance writing, I worked on staff at Crain’s Chicago Business and Chicago Life magazine. I have a BA in Journalism from Indiana University.