Jeff is an articles editor at Fast Company, where he edits stories on topics ranging from the Chinese marketplace to urban affairs to philanthropy
He also writes; his pieces for Fast Company include a profile of the Japanese retailing titan Uniqlo; a story about Admiral Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and an investigation into legal and ethical problems at the furniture retailer Design Within Reach, for which he won the 2010 Deadline Club Award for best business feature.
Jeff was part of the launch team at the now-defunct Condé Nast Portfolio and before that spent seven years at Time. As a staff writer, he wrote about the business of James Bond; the plight of Zimbabwean dissidents; the tribulations of Tony Blair; and covered religion, culture, and society.
A graduate of Princeton and the London School of Economics, Jeff was a 2004 Phillips Foundation fellow (his project examined complaint in American history). His first book, Does Jesus Really Love Me?, which explores the intersection between Christianity and homosexuality in America, will be published by HarperCollins in March 2013.