Zach Hindin got his start in magazine journalism. As an associate editor at The Atlantic, he helped journalists and scholars advance national conversations about issues ranging from mass incarceration to collective bargaining in the NBA. His own writing has covered refugees, presidential pardons, and climate change, as well as jazz and literature.
Today, at West Wing Writers, Zach helps leaders — from experts, to executives, to a former US president — deepen our public conversation. He works on speeches, op-eds, and books that challenge common wisdom and inspire people to solve problems.
Zach taught rhetoric at George Washington University, and he was a nonfiction teaching fellow at Columbia University, where he previously earned a Master of Fine Arts.
Originally from South Florida, he now lives in San Francisco.