I joined the staff of Lighting Dimensions in 1994. I became the editor of the publication in 1996. I've wanted to start an advisory board for the magazine since 1988. Let me explain. That year, I was finishing up my graduate-level journalism studies at Northwestern University. Part of the program entailed my class creating, in 9-12 weeks, a viable magazine prototype for a niche market that we would identify. My classmates and I went swiftly to work, finding a suitable subject (caregiving, ...
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