Bonnie Miller Rubin is an experienced writer, editor, speaker and strategist who can provide and curate content for a variety of platforms.

She is currently a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal. As a Chicago Tribune reporter for 25 years, she specialized in health and family issues, covering stories on marginalized populations, from premature babies to at-risk teens to wounded veterans. Improving quality and access to mental health care has been an area of particular interest, with more than two dozen bylines on this topic alone. She has covered devastating tornadoes in Illinois, the 2004 inaugural in Washington, gay rights in Utah, the Oklahoma City bombing and the oldest showgirl in Vegas.

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Latest stories

Drug-Injection Sites Are Battleground in Fight Against Opioid Overdoses. The Wall Street Journal. April 29, 2019

We are the workers tasked with saving retail — for $9.50 an hour. Washington Post. December 17, 2018

They Were Huge Franchises. Why Did They Collapse? The Wall Street Journal. November 25, 2018

First-Aid Training for Mental Health. The Wall Street Journal. Sept. 14, 2018