Specializes in: Travel, Education, Humanitarian Aid
Paul Hoogeveen has been an avid writer from a very young age, beginning with short stories and articles for various school newspapers. After earning his B.A. in English from the University of New Hampshire in 1989, he taught English briefly before going to work for an educational metrics publisher in 1993 as a layout, copy and research editor. No stranger to a changing market, he later parlayed his experience to the Internet as a webmaster and content developer for a niche travel publisher, for which he also has written features and produced photography for the company’s magazine, Hideaways Guide. He also has written for Study Abroad Magazine (a Danish publication) and wrote feature articles for The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine for over 12 years. Paul currently works as a writer, editor, and online content manager for the nonprofit organization ChildVoice, which provides counseling, skills training, and other services to war-affected adolescent girls in Uganda and Nigeria.
Last updated: 3/10/2020 ()