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Erin Schulte

New York
Editor and Writer — Freelance
As seen in: Freelance, Fast Company
Covers:  startups, hiring, corporate culture, productivity, work life balance, corporate strategy, leadership

Editor & writer. Places I've been: @FastCompany, @WSJ, @hearstcorp @huge

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Biography

I'm a senior editor at FastCompany.com, where I edit features, news, and profiles written by our staff and freelancers, and oversee online coverage of the Most Creative People in Business.

As a writer, my work has appeared on FastCompany.com, WSJ.com, Parenting.com, Esquire.com, Blacktable.com,...

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@erin719nyc — 8,739 followers, 3,014 tweets

I think current official numbers underestimate the crowd at #WomensMarch2018 in NYC. We waited two hours to shuffle two blocks to join the march, so my daughter could share her sign and her voice with the world. https://t.co/8pk3IgkMxo
This article could have been written about any age group, but my heart and good vibes go out to the strong teen going through this. She’s 17 And Wants To Be A Politician. Her Dad Says He Won’t Vote For Her.  https://www.buzzfeed.com/jtes/shes-17-and-wants-to-be-a-politician-her-dad-says-he-wont?utm_term=.foBEr983p  via @jtes
Great in theory, but would have loved some tangibility...how do you measure "contributions to society"? BlackRock’s Message: Contribute to Society, or Risk Losing Our Support  https://nyti.ms/2EKqCxS 
Getting CNN push alerts with the word “shithole” in the headline sure is a whole new experience. Our president really does have all the best words
RT @peterbakernyt: As of Monday, Trump had made at 1,950 false or misleading claims in 347 days in office, or an average of 5.6 claims…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/948176195304161284 
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What was your first job as a journalist?

Weather & obits at The Lincoln Journal-Star in Nebraska

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I learned to type on a typewriter, and the first newspaper I worked at only had one computer with Internet access.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Kent Brockman