Deborah Lynn Blumberg


About Deborah Lynn

Deborah Lynn Blumberg is a freelance writer and content marketer specializing in business and finance and health and wellness. She got her start at The Wall Street Journal, reporting on financial markets during the height of the credit crisis. From there, she worked in marketing and communications at J.P. Morgan. Now, she tells the stories of the people and companies changing our world for the better. Clients and publications include: The Washington Post, The Houston Chronicle, The New York Times T Brand Studio, J.P. Morgan, Mastercard, Stanford University, AAA, and the American Heart Association. She’s also working on her first book about how her great grandparents helped save a group of refugees from the Holocaust alongside a world leader, and building a collection of memorabilia from the New York City department store her family used to own: Gertz.


How Advances in Digital Payments Help Brands Enhance the Customer Experience and Reduce the Dreaded Wait in Line

Biometrics and technology that lets customers pay from anywhere in-store are the next frontier of contactless payments, and interest is growing.

How Black Wolf Nation Landed Its Men’s Grooming Products in National Chains and Surpassed $35 Million in Annual Revenue

Brothers and lifelong entrepreneurs Sam and Alex Lewkowict on bringing more men into the world of high-quality grooming products with their solutions-focused approach.

How Online Grocer Thrive Market Did $500 Million in Sales With Its Environmentally Sustainable Operating Model

Co-founder Sasha Siddhartha on building sustainability and social good into its core mission, and tapping new technologies to deliver affordable organic foods to more communities.

How Culina Health Doubled Its Revenue in a Single Year While Making Nutrition Care More Accessible

Co-founders and dietitians Vanessa Rissetto and Tamar Samuels are on a mission to make nutritional counseling more affordable, accessible, and personalized for the now mulitmillion-dollar brand.

How Laundry Disruptor Rinse Supports Brick-and-Mortar Small Businesses

Rinse founders and college friends Ajay Prakash and James Joun are tapping into technology to help make getting laundry done less of a hassle.

How Startup Inspired by Chinese Healing Tonics Landed on Major Retail Shelves

Wildwonder founder Rosa Li pays homage to her grandmother’s herbal remedies with her probiotic and prebiotic drinks, tapping into the multibillion-dollar market for these health-geared beverages.

Amway CEO on Unlocking Customer Growth in The Crowded Health and Wellness Market

The direct selling company of health to home products is leaning into the ever-burgeoning wellness and gig economies to accelerate growth.

Mental Health Company Talkspace’s Path to Profitability

As the online therapy platform grows its business by selling more to health plans and employers, it’s also committed to supporting children and young adults’ mental health.

How A Woman-Owned Coffee Startup Achieved Its Black-History-Driven Dreams

Jessica Taylor combined her love of coffee, history, supporting students, and educating people of color into a business that elevates Black and LGBTQ stories through specialty coffee blends.