water quality | wastewater | process water | stormwater | geospatial & global positioning | engineering & construction | energy & sustainability management | building | environmental consulting
content strategy & creation | technical & marketing communications | messaging | thought leadership | feature articles | white papers | case studies | ghostwriting | reports & proposals | technical editing
global water treatment companies | technical solution providers | water quality organizations | marketing & communications agencies | energy and sustainability consultants | industry trade publications
Jeff Gunderson has over 16 years of content writing and editing experience, working with a diversity of organizations, from global operators to local companies. He has a professional background in environmental consulting, specializing in environmental impact analysis. His education includes a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and a Bachelor’s degree in General Science from the University of Oregon.
Supplementary to his direct client work, Jeff has been a contributing writer to publications of the Water Environment Federation for the last 9 years and running, most notably Water Environment & Technology, the premier magazine of the water quality field. He is also the lead feature writer for Industrial WaterWorld, covering the process water and industrial wastewater industries, and is a correspondent for Engineering News-Record’s Sourcebooks, which provide market analyses of issues and trends driving the engineering and construction industries.
In addition to running Waterstone Writing, Jeff is also an Adjunct Instructor of English at Portland State University, teaching in the graduate Professional and Technical Writing program.
Jeff lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and family.