Susan G. Dunn

Editor and Publisher, Baltimore Fishbowl
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Susan G. Dunn is an editor and publisher in Baltimore, Md. She is developing a local, general interest daily website called Baltimore Fishbowl that will launch this spring. In 2004, she founded, launched and served as editor and publisher of PaperDoll, a stylized local shopping magazine for women. In 2006, the publication was acquired by Alter Communications, which filed for bankruptcy last year. (Alter folded PaperDoll in 2009, shortly before its bankruptcy filing.)

Dunn has spent all of her professional life writing and editing about Baltimore. In 2008, she created and wrote Class Menagerie, a one-hour pilot about classism and racism in suburban Baltimore. She has written for The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Magazine, Baltimore Messenger and Towson Times.

She sits on the boards of Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Women's Hospital Foundation and the Thomas Wilson Foundation. She recently left the Advocates for Children and Youth board of trustees, where she served for over a decade. Dunn graduated from Pomona College in 1984 with a bachelor's degree in English.


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