Sarah Massey-Warren is an accomplished senior writer with experience in writing for nonprofits, small and large businesses, government agencies, individuals, and media. She excels at identifying and targeting key audiences, developing concepts and content, researching relevant data and information, crafting messages, managing projects, packaging content, and delivering on time. She thrives in fast-paced, results-oriented environments. Sarah has written for diverse clients and audiences, in fields including sustainability and environment, water resource management, design, engineering, health care, and education, and has collaborated with Pamela Avery on projects over the past decade. Sarah also publishes creative nonfiction and literary journalism; her work appears in numerous venues including Creative Nonfiction, The Cream City Review, Architecture Magazine, and Historic Preservation, and has won literary awards. She was the co-author and editor of The Sustainable Design Resource Guide, and contributing writer to Boulder County: An Illustrated History, and numerous floodplain management and design guidelines studies. She is the editor of Re-Use You CAD: The Model-Based Cad Handbook and The Architect’s Energy Guide. Sarah teaches professional writing at The University of Colorado in Boulder.