A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Nan Bauroth spent 15 years in corporate Manhattan, eventually becoming Director of Advertising and Promotion for Doubleday Publishing. From there she moved to Wall Street, serving as a Director of Marketing Communications for Merrill Lynch, and subsequently as a Vice President of Marketing for Citicorp. Her specialty was marketing the launch of innovative financial services.
Since then Bauroth has been an independent journalist published in a wide array of magazines and on websites including Investor’s Business Daily, RealClearMarkets, AAA GO Magazine, Livability.com, Journal Communications, Winston-Salem Monthly, Ballantyne, SouthPark, Credit Land, Phillips Lifeline, HealthLeaders, Oil & Gas Investor, BizLife, Worth.com, Diversions, Office Solutions, Intelecard News, Buildernews, Executive Summary, Museum Store, Plants, Parks & Sites, Wachovia, Home Furnishings Retailer, Traditional Home, Winston-Salem Monthly, Western Horseman, Chronicle of the Horse, Relaxation, Southeast Equine, International Piano, Vista, Our State, Girls’ Life, German Life, The Optimist, Senior Care, Doll World, Finnish American Reporter, Christmas, and others.
Bauroth also ghosts op eds for nonprofits, and has edited/wordsmithed several books including Build to Prosper: Secrets of Sustained Profitability; America Needs America’s Energy; the lead chapter in Innovate or Perish, a Random House book on intellectual property management; Twice Blessed: The Incredible Story of One Man’s Adoption, Birth Mother Search and Reunion; and a column on business time management for the New York Times Syndicate. She also served as Managing Editor of a lifestyle magazine, and on the Adjunct Faculty of York Technical College in South Carolina for Business and Communication Writing.
Had a great time with my classmates in the Broadcast Class at Mizzou during the 100th anniversary of J School, which sparked a move to name a classroom in the new Reynolds Journalism Institute in honor of our Broadcast Professor Edward Lambert. Read About it here: