Eva Guralnick
Founder

Eva Guralnick


Eva Guralnick has twenty-eight years of experience in writing and editing publications for nonprofit agencies, and eighteen years of experience in graphic design. She earned her bachelor’s degree in multi-professional writing (a special major) at San Francisco State University and entered the nonprofit arena as a staff member in the development and publications departments of agencies such as The Mexican Museum, the Exploratorium, Resourceful Women and Hospice by the Bay. After eleven years as a staff member she founded e.g. communications to work with nonprofit agencies as a consultant. Her years spent staffing special events, writing grants, hosting press conferences, managing volunteers, writing and designing agency publications, and coordinating staff, board and volunteers have served her well. She has never forgotten the lesson learned when a rather casual coworker failed to deliver a project on time, resulting in a room full of testy volunteers with nothing to do: deadlines matter.

Over the years, Eva has produced newsletters, annual reports, brochures, magazines, curricula, handbooks and more. She has written numerous articles on social services and human needs topics including affordable housing, foster care, senior issues, behavioral health services, child care and hospice. She has interviewed hundreds of people, including the dying, the homeless, the wealthy, the published and the elected. In 2009 she completed her Masters of Arts degree in English/creative writing at San Francisco State University.


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