DSCN1366Pamela Dittmer McKuen

 

Among my publishing credits are: Chicago Tribune, AARP The Magazine, Where to Retire, Country Sampler, Engineering News-Record, Realtor, Midwest Construction, Chicago Architect, Relish, Chicago Life, Victorian Sampler and Photo District News.

My work has been honored by the National Federation of Press Women, the National Association of Real Estate Editors, Community Associations Institute, Writer’s Digest and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

I have also been an adjunct instructor in the Journalism and First-Year Seminar Departments at Columbia College Chicago, the country’s largest arts and media college.

I hate playing Scrabble.

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A partial client list:

Chicago Tribune

AARP The Magazine

Chicago Life

Windy City Times

Midwest Construction

Engineering News-Record

Realtor

Woman’s World

Journal & Topics Newspapers

Photo District News

Make It Better

Victorian Sampler

Building Design + Construction

Masonry Advisory Council

Conscious Choice

Northwestern University Institute of Neuroscience

University of Illinois College of Nursing

University of Chicago Hospitals

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association

Aurora University

Elmhurst College

Edward Lowe Foundation

Publications International Ltd.

American Marketing Association

Monetta Family of Mutual Funds

DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference

2 Responses to “Portfolio”

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  2. kac Says:

    WHAT!?!?!? I love Scrabble. After I got the new CPU, I found the HP one came loaded with some HP games, one of which was Scrabble. Alas, you get only so many free games, and I have exhausted them. So, no more computer Scrabble. (Ditto the HP mah jong offerings.) So I’ll just stick to free cell (which I’m surprisingly good at, given my not-so-hot left-brain “workings”) and Spider Solitaire and the free Microsoft mah jong.

    P.S.
    Like the site.


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