Erin Schulte is a senior editor at FastCompany.com, where she edits features and profiles and coordinates news coverage around The Most Creative People in Business 1000, a new Fast Company initiative launched in January 2014.
From 2011-2013, Erin was Fast Company's Leadership editor, shaping news and features about leadership, productivity, and career development. She developed and launched series including The Takeaway, Who's Next, Work Smart, Dialed, and Leadership Now.
During that time, she edited all contributed content on FastCompany.com. If you have an idea or op-ed article you would like us to consider for publication, please read these guidelines and suggestions first. Editor Kate Davis currently selects and edits contributed content; her contact information can be found here.
As a writer, her work has appeared on FastCompany.com, WSJ.com, Parenting.com, Esquire.com, Blacktable.com, Babble.com, Mediabistro.com, and HarpersBazaar.com, and in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, New York Post, Consumer Reports, Town & Country Travel, Maxim, Modern Bride, Registered Rep., and other publications. You can follow her on Twitter at @erin719nyc.
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