Staff

Eliot-garzaEliot Garza

Eliot Garza has been in the business of shaking hands since he was a toddler. Sharpening his business and people skills while his father Elmo Garza took him on sales calls in the small town of Alice, the foundation was set for what has become an expansive and rewarding career in media. Eliot now leads the way for Texas MD Monthly and MD Monthly — the only statewide, retail medical publication in Texas and a nationwide, all-digital medical publication, respectively. Working for his clients through advertising and unique marketing opportunities and spending time with his daughter Ellie are what brings him professional and personal satisfaction.

 

 


 

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Kimberly Scott

After 10 years in journalism and digital media marketing and consulting for various companies on the west coast, Kimberly developed a passion for helping companies create and nurture their online voice and brand.

Her ability to aid businesses in reaching their audience on a personal level comes from her years of travel and time spent as a lifestyle blogger and photographer.

When she is not meditating or trying to navigate work and the chaotic world of motherhood, Kimberly spends her free time as a public speaker/guest blogger ranging topics from domestic violence to sharing about her own autoimmune disorder experience.

Kimberly’s extensive work has been feaured in The Salt Lake Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, Martha Stewart Magazine, Lucky Magazine, Redbook Magazine and various online blogsites. Most recently, she was awarded the “2014 Compassionate Speaker of the Year” by the Rainier Women’s League in Seattle and plans to use her position at MD Monthly to further educate and promote understanding of all things medical and health to the masses.


 

Me-By_KimSinjin Hilaski

Sinjin Hilaski was born in the Republic of Panama and has lived throughout the U.S., from the Pacific Northwest and Chicago to Southeast Georgia and Florida. He has pursued a career in journalism for a number of years, and he continuously seeks to refine his skills in the pursuit of journalistic excellence, all the while keeping ethics at the forefront of his mind.

Sinjin’s zeal stems from his belief that it is the duty of the fourth estate to keep the greater populace informed and educated on all matters. His words and photos have been featured in Connect Savannah, South Magazine, hissing lawns, Texas MD Monthly and Nside Texas, among other online media outlets. Sinjin was also recognized by retired-Vice President Dale Lewis of CSX Transportation for his presentation on public policy and the role of natural gas in powering the nation. From covering Greg Abbott’s bid for governor and Mike Villarreal’s mayoral ambitions to documenting the proliferation of homeless encampments, Sinjin’s coverage is as vast as the number of places he has lived.

Though Sinjin focuses on foreign affairs and international politics, his work at MD Monthly has enlightened him to a host of notable, medical developments and pioneers in the healthcare community.