Greg Alexander


“Greg Alexander epitomizes professionalism in every sense of the word. He is a versatile writer who enthusiastically tackles any project we assign. When Greg is writing, I know that the article will be creative, accurate, on time and require little or no editing at all.”

Rick Aronhalt, Creative Services Manager, Special Sections,
Baltimore Sun


“Greg Alexander is the type of utility player every team needs. For Maryland Family and Baby Steps he has tackled everything from transitioning a nursery from newborn to toddler-friendly, to investigating the link between soda consumption and the rising incidence of broken bones among children. He asks all the right questions, compiles compelling sidebars that draw readers in and never misses a deadline. We joke that assigning Greg a story actually saves us money because he requires little or no editing.”

Cheryl Clemens, Editor,
Maryland Family, Baby Steps


"We were in need of a strong writer to develop copy for an important marketing project that would ultimately benefit our small business banking sector. Greg Alexander came highly recommended and we know why! He connected with some of our business customers by taking the time to get to know them and their respective trades, and he conveyed their varied stories into timely pieces that were positive for both Provident and those who truly knew us and our brand best.

Greg has a great work ethic and exceeds professionalism – his work speaks for itself. We could not have asked for anyone else to help us get the job done and would recommend him again and again."

Karron Davis Minor, Public Relations Specialist,
Provident Bank


“I really enjoy working with Greg Alexander because his assignments are clear and his suggestions for sources always work well. But he also understands that once a writer digs into a subject, the story takes on a life of its own and sometimes ends up with a different focus. When that happens, he's open to suggestions about how to retool the story. Greg takes great care to match writers to assignments, which means I'm either writing about something I enjoy or discovering, by doing the story, how much that particular topic interests me. He's approachable, professional and his deadlines are reasonable. I've worked for him for several years for a variety of different publications, and I highly recommend him as an editor.”

Nancy Jackson, Freelance writer,
Mason-Dixon Arrive, Baltimore Sun


"Greg worked as the Washington Blade's restaurant critic and his work was always fair, well-written and submitted on time. I can always count on Greg to deliver smart, accurate copy in a timely manner. He's a pleasure to work with."

Kevin Naff, Managing Editor,
Washington Blade


“For a number of years, when Greg Alexander was Special Sections Manager at the Baltimore Sun, I had the pleasure of writing for Greg. He was an absolute pleasure to work with – organized, responsive, pleasant and someone who let the writers know we were appreciated. After he left The Sun, we stayed in touch, and now that he is editing Mason-Dixon Arrive, I once again am working with one of my favorite editors.”

Mary Medland, Freelance writer,
Mason-Dixon Arrive, Baltimore Sun


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