Whitney Hopler has worked on many successful projects for influential media and educational organizations. She is passionate about using her communications skills to inform and inspire people seeking better lives. Her work has often focused on the well-being of body (health), mind (education), and faith (spirit).

Whitney is an expert storyteller. She produces content that compels people to care and respond. Whitney’s work has reached millions of people around the world, both in print and online.

Learn more by visiting Whitney’s social media sites on TwitterFacebook, and Google+.

Work Examples

* Whitney works as Writer-in-Residence/Marketing and Communications Coordinator with the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University. She communicates about the latest research in the well-being field and produces compelling stories about well-being experiences in people’s lives.


* Whitney is a contributing writer for the world’s top well-being site, Thrive Global. Here are links to some of her Thrive Global articles:

Seeing the Greatness in Everything: How Mindfulness Can Lead to Gratitude

5 Ways to Work with the Law of Attraction

Resilience: The Key to Thriving During Uncertainty

How to Trade Stress for Peace through Breath Prayers

Thin Places: Wonder Breaking through into the Mundane

4 Lessons on Love from Saint Valentine

A Prayer for When You’re Angry

Why Starting Your Day with Wonder Just Makes Sense


* Whitney has written for one of the largest inspirational sites online, Crosswalk.com, since 2001. Crosswalk.com has hundreds of Whitney’s past articles in its searchable archives. Here are links to a few of her many Crosswalk.com articles on faith and health topics:

How to Get Your Kids to Eat and Enjoy Fruits and Veggies

5 Ways to Win Spiritual Battles in Your Emotions

How to Hear from God Regularly

What the Olympic Refugee Team Can Teach Us about God

Coping with Role Reversal: More Adults Caring for Aging Parents


* The Washington Post newspaper has published feature articles by Whitney. Here are links to some of them:

Attending Gladiator School in Rome

A South Carolina Tour that Could be Just Your Cup of Tea

California’s Redwoods and Sequoias: Can Ancient Trees Compete with Modern Gadgets?

Joining in Reindeer Games on a Farm in Palmer, Alaska


* Whitney created and produced the Angels and Miracles site for About.com for five years. The site proved to be popular with readers worldwide. Whitney grew the site to reach about 350,000 page views per month by the end of the site’s active season. Readers can still enjoy articles about angels and miracles on the archived site. Here are links to some of the many articles that relate to well-being:

How to Relieve Pain with Archangel Raphael

The Angel Diet: How to Eat Foods that Raise Your Energy Vibration

How to Work with Angels to Overcome Addiction to Alcohol or Drugs

How to Work with Angels to Overcome a Food Addiction

How to Work with Angels to Overcome a Pornography Addiction

Angel Water: How Drinking Pure Water Can Help You Perceive Angels

How to Work with Mother Mary and Angels to Heal Relationships

Miracle Prayer for Stress Relief


* Many of the articles Whitney has written on health and nutrition topics are available on Livestrong.com’s website. Here are links to a few of them:

Do Vitamins Speed Up Metabolism?

Antibiotics for Ear Infections in Infants

Vitamins for Fighting Cancer


* Whitney is the author of the inspirational novel Dream Factory, which is set during Hollywood’s golden age.



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