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Hopkins Medicine Magazine

Sue currently serves as acting editor of Hopkins Medicine Magazine, the thrice-yearly  publication, circulation 35,000,  that serves the alumni, faculty, and friends of Johns Hopkins Medicine.




Johns Hopkins University
Arts & Sciences

Sue worked with the school’s communications team and art director Pam Li to re-conceive this magazine, which first appeared in its “new” form in Fall 2003. Sue continues her role as consulting editor, assisting editor Angela Paik Schaeffer.


Johns Hopkins Engineering Magazine

Sue worked with the communications and development  teams at the Whiting School of Engineering to create a new  editorial architecture  for this twice-a-year publication. The new format debuted in winter 2007. Sue remains as consulting editor.




Peabody Magazine

When Peabody Conservatory communications leaders wanted to transition from their longtime tabloid newspaper, Peabody News, to a magazine format, they turned to Sue to help guide them. The first issue of Peabody Magazine hit the stands in Fall 2006. With the recent departure of founding editor Kirsten Lavin, Sue has stepped in to serve as acting editor.


Overture Magazine

Through Alter Communications Custom Publishing in Baltimore, Sue serves as editor for several different publications including Overture, the magazine of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, which is published five times a year. Other Alter clients include: PSA Advisor and Garrett County Visitor’s Guide.



Hopkins Children’s

The new magazine for the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, debuting in late fall 2007, was the product of months of planning. Sue provided assistance to founding editor Gary Logan in conceiving  and launching this new publication.




Johns Hopkins Nursing

After working with then editor Kate Pipkin and then designer Kathryn Vitarelli to conceive and launch this magazine in 2003, Sue has remained as consulting editor. The thrice-yearly publication is the winner of a platinum medal from MarCom.




Johns Hopkins Professional

Sue partnered with the communications team at the Johns Hopkins School of Professional Studies in Business and Education(SPSBE) to create a magazine that would forge connections with alumni, faculty, and community leaders. The magazine debuted in Winter 2003 and served as SPSBE’s primary communications vehicle until SPSBE split into two separate divisions in winter 2007.


Ignatian Imprints

Founding editor Kate Pipkin turned to Sue for editorial counsel in creating this new magazine  for the Maryland Province Jesuits. Sue continues as consulting editor.




Johns Hopkins Public Health

Sue has served as consulting  editor for this magazine since 1998, most recently assisting editor  Brian W. Simpson. During the past several years, Public Health Magazine has several times been honored with gold medals from CASE in the best articles category.