“It’s not easy finding talented writers, but you can rest assured you’ve found one. Deb brings the most important and qualified elements of journalism to deliver an honest and noble level of writing. Her commitment to excellence and ethical standards is unrivaled. She can take the most complex medical topics and sophisticated subjects and convey an interesting story that everyone can easily understand. Her work receives accolades from the physicians she writes about and the readers she serves. Deb’s style, grammar, spelling, punctuation and language are always clean, on point, and in time. A few words I’d use to describe Deb are: talented, punctual, organized, consistent, clear, accurate, thorough and concise. I would not hesitate to recommend Deb for your next project.” ̶  Peter Solveson, publisher, Colorado Health & Wellness magazine

"Deb stepped into the role of managing editor at the Colorado Daily in a period of transition at the newspaper. In that capacity, she managed a staff of reporters and free-lance writers and worked in tandem with me to produce a small daily paper with several sections and a host of special editions. The job required strong multitasking skills, and Deb kept the newsroom humming, making story and photo assignments, editing copy quickly and well, overseeing the daily production of the paper from conception to printing, all the while making those tasks appear easier than they actually were. Deb was a fair-minded manager, good writer, careful editor and dependable colleague. All of those characteristics were abundant and evident in her work." ̶  Clint Talbott, Director of Communications and External Relations at College of Arts and Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder

“I worked with Deb both at the Daily Camera in Boulder and at the Rocky Mountain News in Denver. She was, by far, one of my most passionate, intelligent, curious and downright talented reporters. She's able to explain complex issues, tell a story and uncover the facts. When she became a freelancer, she was my go-to writer and reporter for a few years. I would hire her again without pause. In addition to being a skilled reporter and wordsmith, she meets deadline, has organizational skills and is a delight to work with.” ̶  Maria Martin, suburban news editor, The Kansas City Star