Robert Kurzban is a Freelance Writer and Published Author based in Poughkeepsie, New York who also holds roles as the Founder & CEO of RE: Writers and the Director of Development with the Garces Foundation.
Robert Kurzban is a well known published author and freelance writer who has contributed to acclaimed publications the likes of The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Founder & CEO RE: Writers
Robert Kurzban is excited to announce that his freelance writing outfit, RE: Writers is set to make its official debut in 2019. The business will connect talented and trained freelance writers with brands and individuals seeking quality copywriting. The wordsmiths of the RE: Writers team will develop content that will serve a variety of industries, including finance, academia and non-profit organizations. Additionally, the team will facilitate consulting services, helping businesses and individuals to improve and refine drafted content.
Regarded to high esteem, his published works delve into matters of the human mind. His works intertwine the current and contemporary with thoroughly researched and long championed theories.
Notable works by Robert Kurzban include: Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind and The Hidden Agenda of the Political Mind: How Self-Interest Shapes Our Opinions and Why We Won’t Admit It (co-authored by Jason Weeden). Additionally, he has contributed to a variety of journals, periodicals and other publications. His contributions have earned him over 10,000 citations in Google Scholar.
Grant Writer, Director of Development for the Garces Foundation
Most recently, Robert Kurzban has worked with non-profits as a grant writer. He works directly with Executive Directors and members of staff in order to understand an organization inside and out. Both a researcher by profession and personality, the process of grant writing runs parallel to his writing style. Over the years, he has developed grant proposals for The Graces Foundation, PhilaSoup, Project S.A.V.E., Art Sphere and Inspire Philadelphia.