The Review Process
The Review Process is an essential tool in our quest for quality journalism based on the latest research and science in the field. A review team is comprised of three different experts in health, wellness, corporate culture or writing, who provide the blueprint for revision to bring the highest quality opinions and individual industry leading voices to our readers. The anonymous review process (both authors and reviewers’ identities are masked) seeks to answer the following questions (among others): Is it industry leading? Is it well written and well researched? Does it ahere to or enhance our goals (i.e. quality journalism)? Does it bring something new to the debate?
Only those articles deemed to reach these high standards are published.
Reviewers Issue 09 – Narratives
From globally recognised brands, to launching new brands to market, David works closely with clients and colleagues to uncover ownable stories, craft unique identities and build thoughtful design systems positioned for success. David has led teams at both branding and advertising agencies and is now creative lead at Dephion - a pioneering digital agency within the Health & Wellbeing sector.
David moved from New York to Amsterdam in 1985. He spent 25 years as a reporter and producer for Radio Netherlands Worldwide, winning numerous international awards. Since retiring in 2010, he has published his first novel, "Calvin's Head", and is busy working on his second in the series.
Otto has approximately 15 years commercial service experience in a corporate and an administrative environment, both nationally and internationally. Before starting at Dephion, he gained an extra 10 years experience as a Senior Consultant in the field of Human Resources. He has worked for many different organizations, such as The World Health Organization, Rituals, the European Commission and Bayer Healthcare. His passion lies in leadership development, capability review and coaching.
Jon T. Mandracchia, PhD
Jon Mandracchia earned his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Texas Tech University and is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Missouri Western State University in Saint Joseph, Missouri. His research focuses on suicide, particularly among offender populations, as well as maladaptive thinking patterns that perpetuate criminal behavior (i.e., criminogenic thinking).
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