“There is probably no hell for authors in the next world —they suffer so much from critics and publishers in this.“ —C.N. Bovee
Zachary (Zack) Hubbard is an accomplished writer experienced in a wide variety of media including news writing, editorials, books, marketing collateral, social media content and technical documentation. He is currently a Senior Technical Writer for the Journal of Information Warfare (www.jinfowar.com) and Peregrine Technical Solutions, LLC. He has also been an opinion columnist for the Tribune-Democrat newspaper (circulation ~45,000) for over 10 years. He was previously a regional correspondent for the Brewing News, writing for the Mid-Atlantic edition (circulation ~50,000).
Zachary worked over a decade in the Information Technology (IT) services sector as a Division Manager leading software development and as a Strategic Marketing & Sales Analyst in the Fortune 100, where he wrote extensively on technical national security topics including computer network defense, information warfare and strategic communication.
In his former career, Zachary was a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army. His 26-year career included service in a variety of challenging command and staff positions in the continental United States, Western Europe, the Balkans, Africa and the Middle East. Commissioned a second lieutenant in 1977, his career specialties were Field Artillery and Intelligence. It was as an intelligence officer that Zachary honed his research and writing skills.
Zachary earned a Master of Military Art & Science (M.M.A.S.) degree from the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College and a B.A. degree from the University of Kentucky.
He is a former department head and Master Faculty Member of the Armed Forces Staff College, a campus of the National Defense University. While there he lectured on a wide range of communication topics, including Information Operations and Information Warfare.
Email Zachary at [email protected] to discuss freelance gigs or employment opportunities.