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Gail Rosenblum

Inspired Editor | Newsroom
Phone: 612-673-7350

Gail Rosenblum is editor of the Inspired section. She's also an author, journalism instructor and public speaker who has worked for newspapers and magazines for nearly 40 years. 


Rosenblum has a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in journalism, and has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the American Association of Feature and Sunday Editors, the Associated Press and Parenting Publications of America. She is the mother of three young adult children and the bonus mom of three others.
Recent content from Gail Rosenblum
In recovery from perilous addictions, young adults share their stories through Change the Outcome

In recovery from perilous addictions, young adults share their stories through Change the Outcome

The opioid crisis has only intensified during the pandemic. The American Medical Association reports increased opioid-related deaths in more than 40 states, including Minnesota. Alcohol…
Inspired Newsletter Intro

Inspired Newsletter Intro

The fallout from COVID-19 comes into stark focus this week in Inspired. And I didn't realize how true that was until I sat down to…
Kevin Hendricks held up a book he wrote titled “Better Politics, Please.” The book was written to encourage people to view the new year with more

West St. Paul journalist shares 35 uplifting stories about politicians taking the high road

Kevin Hendricks is author of the self-published "Better Politics, Please: 35 Stories of Politicians Who Value Hope Over Hate."
Minnesota Women's Press celebrates 35 years of reporting about and by women

Minnesota Women's Press celebrates 35 years of reporting about and by women

As MWP celebrates its 35th anniversary, its leader reflects on its bold reporting, financial challenges and exciting plans for 2021.
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As 2020 ends, problem-solving Minnesotans offer reasons for hope

This year threw our Problem Solvers challenges beyond all challenges but they still hunkered down and got to work.
Zachary Jordan is lessening the burden for many. Jordan is the founder of Easy EMDR, an app that makes eye movement desensitization and reprocessing t

Macalester senior makes eye movement therapy accessible and affordable with an app

Mental health problems have only increased due to the isolation and stresses of COVID-19. But this 22-year-old is lessening the burden for many with an app.