Alissa Gulin is an editor on Arabella’s Creative and Editorial Services team. Working from the firm’s Washington, DC office, she helps her colleagues craft clear and compelling written materials and strives to ensure that all Arabella proposals, reports, presentations, and other documents reflect a consistently high standard of professionalism. Alissa also helps manage and develops content for Arabella’s website.
Prior to joining Arabella, Alissa worked as a reporter for The Daily Record, a Baltimore-based newspaper that covers business, law, real estate, and government across Maryland. She started at the paper while still in college, as an intern covering general business, and stepped back into that position after graduation as a full-time reporter. She wrote breaking-news stories and in-depth analyses about small business, technology, tourism, finance, urban agriculture, and myriad other industries before transitioning to the health care and higher education beat. In that role, Alissa kept readers apprised of the vast changes in Maryland’s health care system and monitored the significant economic impact of the state’s colleges and universities.
Alissa has a BA in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she also minored in philosophy. A Baltimore resident, Alissa tends a plot at a community garden, participates in several social sports leagues, and attends as many concerts as she can.