Tate Williams writes and edits a combination of journalism and copy for nonprofits. He writes about the environment, science, design, the arts, and geeky kind of stuff. His work has been featured in several print and online publications, covering issues like NASA missions, punk history, robotics, hacker culture, genre fiction, and climate change. Tate also works on grant proposals and other content for nonprofits, mostly related to environmental and progressive issues.
Tate writes about a variety of subjects, which is annoying. But he has particular interests in environmental issues, climate change, sustainability, and city design and history. His work has appeared in publications such as The Atlantic, Boston Magazine, The Magazine, American Forests Magazine, Curbed National, Mental Floss, Souciant, the East Bay Express, the East Valley Tribune, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, and the Arizona Daily Star.
In addition to journalism, Tate’s done significant work with political nonprofits, writing fundraising materials, grant proposals, email updates, and other organizational content. He’s done a little bartending, and even spent an isolated season working in Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park. He holds a degree in English and journalism from the University of Arizona in Tucson. Tate grew up in the suburbs of Phoenix, where his favorite things in life were, and still mostly are, science fiction and comic books.
He currently lives in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston with his wife Jamie, their small dog Mumu, and cat Knives.
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