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Ed Kromer Editorial and Marketing Manager

Though not an “official” UW alum, Ed feels like he must be close to earning some kind of degree-by-association after two decades writing about the people, programs and insights of the Foster School of Business.

Born in Ohio and raised in Kentucky, he is an ardent producer—and consumer—of stories. Endowed more with curiosity than command, he’s also a chronic dabbler, with interests that run from hiking, running, soccer and travel to cooking, gardening, prose, podcasts, performing arts, music, movies and television. A lifelong learner, he feels privileged to discover and deliver useful information, convey thought-provoking ideas and introduce fascinating people of purpose across this great university community.

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