The smartest people in the world struggle to describe what they do
—and why it matters.
That’s why you need an ideas editor.
Hi! My name’s Georgia, and I translate dense topics into accessible language. I work with CEOs, academics, authors, NASA astronauts, and Nobel Peace Prize winners to help them express their ideas and inspire action. Emerging technology, scientific advances, national security issues, economic theories, philosophical musings—if it’s deeply nerdy and also deeply confusing, then I’m deeply interested in it.
If you want to make an impact in the world, you need to take a multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving that reflects the diversity of opinions and actors. That’s why I serve a variety of stakeholders: enacting policy change with state-level leaders, inspiring private enterprise executives to think beyond quarterly profits, working with individuals to help spread their visions, and then communicating all of these ideas to the public.
The same message should be translated into different mediums for different audiences. Sometimes that’s text based—books, blog posts, whitepapers—but other times those ideas should be expressed as speeches, podcasts, experiences, or artworks. I believe we need to meet people where they’re at: to speak in a language that they understand, and help them see themselves as part of the solution, not the problem.
Are you with me?