Courtney Reyers

ASM

Courtney Reyers fell in love with content from her first "fanzine" in high school. After college, she wrote for MTV, regional newspapers and various magazines, and then went on to found two independent print magazines of her own. Reyers entered the nonprofit world in 2002, where she began to work with digital platforms and content strategy. Throughout her writing career, she has interviewed Barack Obama, Glenn Close, Tori Amos, Weezer, A Tribe Called Quest and Dave Matthews.

Today, Reyers manages digital strategy and web projects for the ASM. She earned her B.A in English with an Anthropology minor from the George Mason University and her M.A. in Digital Publishing from the George Washington University. You can follow Courtney on Twitter or connect with her on LinkedIn.

Latest from Courtney Reyers

The Strategy Behind ASM's New Website

  • Dec. 11, 2018
Take a look inside the methodology behind ASM's new website. The new design, the first phase of a three-phase process, executes ASM’s vision for a fresh, clean look that celebrates microbiology and stays true to the our brand.

Fighting Ebola: What It Takes to Stop an Outbreak

  • May 23, 2018
Stopping an epidemic requires teamwork, communication and resources.

The First Person to Sequence DNA in Space: Molecular Biologist and NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins

  • May 19, 2017
The First Person to Sequence DNA in Space: Molecular Biologist and NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins.

Making Science Your Business: How One Researcher Became a CEO

  • July 12, 2016
We interview someone who owns a scientific company and the challenges.