L. Seglin is an editor-at-large at Inc.
magazine where he
writes a business ethics column called Black
& White. For the
1998-1999 academic year, he was a fellow in residence at the Center for the
Study of Values in Public Life at Harvard
University. He writes the monthly "Right Thing" column on business and workplace
ethics for the Sunday New
York Times. And
he is also an assistant professor in the graduate department of Writing,
Literature, and Publishing at Emerson
he was founding editor for the launch of Inc.
a quarterly management and technology magazine to which he contributes a column
called "Road Warrior." He also served as the inaugural editor of the first
two issues of "The State of Small Business," an annual publication from Inc.
that explores the small
addition to his work at Inc.,
Seglin is the author
and coauthor of more than a dozen books on small business, marketing, and
banking. And he has written articles for a variety of publications.
holds a master's degree in theology and literature from the
and an undergraduate degree in English from
West Virginia. He has two grown children, both of whom are teachers. He lives in
with his wife, Nancy. Seglin can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.