Sally Duros is a business journalist who has worked as a reporter, columnist, and editor in newsrooms including The Wall St. Journal, Crain's, and the Chicago Sun-Times. She is currently consulting with John Lothian News, developing content related to the evolution of ESG in the capital markets.  She also teaches communications in the business school at the University of Illinois Chicago.
Duros combines experience as a business editor/writer with experience managing digital communications, and communications in government and business.
Duros most recent work as a consultant has been developing pathways toward profitability for digital newsrooms. In this time she researched and wrote for the Block by Block Community News initiative, Knight Digital Media Center  and the Chicago Tribune's social media boutique 435 Digital. Her work developing a new business form called the L3C was cited in the book "The Life and Death of American Journalism."
As an aide to Mayor Richard M. Daley, Duros worked with a board of Chicago CEOs fashioning public/private partnerships to improve City of Chicago operations. Her work with Michelle Obama in Chicago City Hall is cited in Peter Slevin's book, "Michelle Obama: A life." 
Duros has held important communications roles in two bellwether events in the history of climate change: the City of Chicago 1995 Heat Wave  and Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Duros wrote the emergency operational plan for the City of Chicago in 1995 and served in digital communications for FEMA Public Affairs during Sandy.
Duros was awarded a master's of science in communications from Northwestern University and earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Illinois Chicago.
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