Rich Maloof is Director of Programming for the Senate Presidents’ Forum and has a deep professional history as a content director and musician. His writing has been published extensively, with a dozen books and over one thousand articles and multimedia productions to his credit. Rich’s work has been translated into several languages and distributed internationally.
Areas of specialty include health and medicine, government, music education, financial services, tech, legal marketing and science. As an independent contractor, Rich has worked closely with blue-chip companies and emerging innovators alike. Roles have included Content Developer for Microsoft, Science Editor for TheVisualMD, Curator for the National Guitar Museum and “Long Story Shorter Maker” for TrueFire.
Rich is a former Editor In Chief of Guitar Magazine; at age 30, he was the youngest chief editor in the genre’s history. He was profiled in The New York Times, which was an honor, but the feature was so full of misquotes and errors that he never did show it to his mom.
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