sulik headshot 10-20-15 Gayle Sulik is a prolific writer and editor. In addition to her scholarly writing in peer-reviewed journals, she is the senior editor for the Breast Cancer Consortium, writes editorials and articles for a variety of media outlets (CNN, The Guardian, Pacific Standard, and others) and is a respected blogger (Psychology Today, Oxford University Press, Ms. Magazine, Scientific American, and others.)

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Gayle presents lively and thought-provoking lectures at colleges and universities, professional conferences, and elsewhere. Her presentations range from How Breast Cancer Became One of America’s Top Brands, The Changing Landscape of Breast Cancer Advocacy, and Deconstructing Breast Cancer Advertising, to Writing Across Audiences, Dissertation to Book workshops, and Thinking Inside and Outside the Academy.

At ease with audiences, large and small, she taught graduate and undergraduate courses in her areas of expertise at the University at Albany (SUNY), Vassar College, and Texas Woman’s University.

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Gayle Sulik is also a sought-after media spokesperson whose views on breast cancer, advocacy, and women’s health are highly respected. She has been a guest expert on NPR, CNN, AlJazeera America, America’s Radio News, Oprah Radio, and other local and national media outlets. Gayle is frequently quoted in respected publications such as The New York Times, USA Today, Reuters, Los Angeles Times, and others.

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