About Joanna Krotz
Entrepreneur, author and widely published multimedia journalist, JOANNA L. KROTZ draws on her extensive research and experience in covering women, wealth, giving and business to map today’s changing terrain in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.
Krotz is a knowledgeable forecaster and reporter for the new breed of donors and current trends in philanthropy, notably for Town & Country, where she is a contributing editor. She is the author of the upcoming A Guide to Intelligent Giving for Hearst Books.
Krotz’s bylined work has appeared in Chicago, Contribute New York, Food & Wine, Money, New York, the New York Times, Playboy, Reader’s Digest, Worth and other online and print outlets. Recent features
include “A Woman’s Guide to Giving,” “Jackie O’s Secret: Charitable Lead Trusts,” “Revolution Redux:
How Today’s Second Wave of Activist Women Are Reconfiguring the Face—and Finances—of Philanthropy,” “Family Philanthropy,” “Community Icon: Clarifying What the Y.M.C.A. Stands For,” “The Power of One: Philanthropy with Feeling,” “Giving Together: A Groundbreaking Look at the Time, Talent and Treasure that Are Shaping America’s New Social Investment Clubs,” “On a Firm Foundation: Small-Town Life Breeds Big-Deal Philanthropy” and similar Third Sector investigative stories.
Krotz founded Muse2Muse Productions in 1999 to provide customized digital and print content for consumer, lifestyle and business-to-business outlets. In addition, she is the online marketing columnist for Microsoft OfficeLive.com and Microsoft Women in Business, and co-author of the Microsoft Small Business Kit, a 500-page guide to starting and running a small business.
Muse2Muse Productions is certified as a Woman-Owned Business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and by the City of New York Department of Business Services
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