I’m Molly Gamble, a Chicago-based writer, editor and professional journalist.
I’m an editor for Becker’s Hospital Review, the Chicago-based monthly magazine that shares legal analyses and business news with healthcare leaders. I’ve also written on a freelance basis for LIVESTRONG Quarterly, a print and online magazine from the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
I graduated in 2010 from Marquette University in Milwaukee with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in interdisciplinary peace and justice. I was a reporter and editor for the arts and entertainment section of the student newspaper, The Marquette Tribune, which won first place in the 2010 Associated Collegiate Press’ Best in Show Award for a four-year, weekly tabloid newspaper.
As editor, I wrote weekly columns and earned a Mark of Excellence Award for General Column Writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. I also spent time throughout college writing for Milwaukee Public Schools and as a writing tutor for inmates in the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility.
I love how storytelling can intersect with broader social issues, and my favorite pieces of non-fiction do just that. I’m passionate about conflict resolution and urban violence, women’s issues and sustainable business models for journalism.