Jeff Zuckerman is a freelance editor and writer living in Minneapolis. He was an award-winning newspaper reporter, editor and university writing instructor, and for many years he directed the writing center at Walden University. Jeff was a reviewer of the seventh edition of the APA style manual and, over the past quarter century, he has read and edited more than 1,500 dissertations in the social and behavioral sciences. In an earlier career he was a social worker with migrant farmworkers and a community organizer.
A native of Pittsburgh, Jeff earned a bachelor’s degree in English at Penn State University and master’s degrees in social work and in journalism at the University of Minnesota. For the past several years he has volunteered as a support-group facilitator with the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Jeff and his wife Leah have two married children and one toddler granddaughter, who delights them with her wry sense of humor and commitment to social justice.
Mental Health Awareness Month: When a loved one needs help, you need help – May 1, 2021 Article in the Star Tribune Written by Jeff Zuckerman