Traude Gomez Rhine
Traude Gomez Rhine is a writer and editor who writes in a variety of styles and voices for formats that range from press releases and newsletters to brochures, books, and annual reports. She is a deadline-oriented Project Manager who collaborates with photographers and graphic artists and shepherds projects (single page to book length) from concept to finished product. She has worked for The Huntington Library; Pasadena Educational Foundation; Rio Hondo College; Music Center of Los Angeles, The Broad Stage, and Levitt Pavilion, among other organizations and institutions. She has a Master’s in English from the University of Kansas and a BA in journalism from San Francisco State University. She is the author of “The Wild Chihuahuas of Mexico,” a finalist in the 2015 International Latino Book Awards.