Before founding Prose Pros, Inc. in 2000, Gail amassed extensive experience in internal, advancement and marketing communications. As director of member and employee communications for the American Dietetic Association (now the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics), she oversaw communications for the organization’s 70,000+ members and 100-person staff. Directing internal communications for Loyola University Chicago, she edited the university’s print and electronic staff communications and created the School of Business Administration’s first alumni magazine.

Gail also has served as associate editor of the Gazette, one of Chicago’s only remaining independent newspapers, for which she won several awards for her public-policy reporting and editorial writing. She is a regular volunteer with Little Brothers/Friends of the Elderly and the Lincoln Park Zoo, and devotes her downtime to travel, wildlife and conservation, hiking, music and reading.

Though David spends most of his time managing content and systems for an intranet supporting AT&T’s sales team, he often lends a hand on Prose Pros projects. With a background in both writing and systems development, David’s skills comfortably span communications and technology. His solid experience in business communications includes creating custom business services communications and marketing materials for AT&T; technical writing for a variety of corporate and nonprofit clients; editing internal communications for a major manufacturer, Woodward Governor Co.; and writing the 13th edition of Principles of Real Estate Management, the top national text in introductory real estate courses. He is a certified knowledge manager and enjoys astronomy, travel, biking and music.