Lois Wingerson

  • Content manager of innovative search engine for doctors
  • Author of two books for the general public on the human genome project
  • Science writer for newspapers and magazines, including Discover, Newsday, and the Economist.

Back more than a decade ago, when I was employed in biomedical publishing, I had the mind-altering opportunity to work remotely. This allowed me to relocate from bustling Brooklyn to a charming village in Wyoming, surrounded by wilderness. This trans- formed my life and my outlook on it.

Since then -- long before the pandemic -- I have been working to help others benefit from the once-inconceivable new opportunities of remote work.

Among many other ventures, I wrote the text and amassed many of the images for the rebuild of the town's destination website,  I also maintain a blog about daily life in this remote Wyoming town,

You can find me on LinkedIn.