I'm interested in everything. When I'm really interested in a subject, I dig deep to find out more and like to turn it into articles and books that have broad appeal. My special interests are Philanthropy, the arts -- especially visual arts, choral music, and theatre, Jewish subjects, and Latin America. I lived in Ecuador as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the early 1970s and my love for that beautiful country and its welcoming people has never dimmed.
Doris Rubenstein is a freelance writer and author. Her work ranges from newspaper and magazine articles to books on philathropy, history, and historical fiction. Since the early 2000s, Doris has been the Arts Reporter for the American Jewish World newspaper. A Detroit native and University of Michigan alumna, she has lived in Richfield since 1984. Her honors and awards include: Kenneth Clark Award for Research in Leadership from the Center for Creative Leadership (N.C., 1994) for her M.A. thesis (Augsburg University); USCJ 2009 Schechter Award for "You're Always Welcome at the Temple of Aaron; 2017 IBPA Silver Franklin Award in Children's Literature for "The Journey of a Dollar." Doris is the subject of the award-winning play "A Pickle" by Deborah Yarchun.
Freelance writing, editing.