Curtis Weyant has more than 20 years as a writer, editor, and communicator, publishing on a wide variety of topics, especially in the financial, legal, and medical fields. At ConsumerSafety.org, Curtis oversees the day-to-day publication of all content, ensuring its relevance with the mission of the site and adherence to the strict Editorial Guidelines we have adopted. He has been been published in peer-reviewed journals, print books, and on a variety of websites and blogs, and he has presented at a number of conferences across the country. His work has appeared or been cited in Salon, PopMatters, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and elsewhere. Curtis holds a BA in English Literature from Roberts Wesleyan College and an MA in Language & Literature from Signum University.View News Stories by Curtis
Sydney has a background in English, psychology, and the biological sciences giving her the ability to understand health topics from a holistic perspective. In her role as Health & Nutrition Investigator for ConsumerSafety.org, Sydney focuses on researching the latest health news that impacts consumers and has a special interest in women’s health and nutrition. Sydney has been cited in publications such as Healthline, Reader’s Digest, Mental Floss, and PopSugar, among others. She holds a BA in English Literature from Coastal Carolina University, and she has received certification in CDC Health Literacy for Public Health Professionals.View News Stories by Sydney
Morgan Statt has a background in strategic communication, research, and professional writing that has facilitated her coverage of a wide variety of health and safety topics. At ConsumerSafety.org, Morgan focuses on researching and communicating trending health news, product safety, and medication issues that can impact consumers’ everyday lives. She has been cited in multiple publications including Reader’s Digest, Bustle, PopSugar, Healthline, and Metro. Morgan holds a BA in Strategic Communications from St. Bonaventure, and she has received certification in CDC Health Literacy for Public Health Professionals.View News Stories by Morgan
Cal has a background working in both home and digital security. His interest in scams and identity theft drives his role as our Consumer Finance Investigator, but Cal also helps consumers understand the connection between our finances and our general safety and wellbeing.View News Stories by Cal
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