Steven Wilmsen is enterprise editor on the Globe's Metro desk.
Joining the Globe in 1997 from the Denver Post, Wilmsen worked as an investigative business reporter and at City Hall before turning to editing. He is author of the book, Silverado: Neil Bush and the Savings and Loan Scandal, about the involvement of then President George H.W. Bush's son, Neil, in the $1 billion failure of a Denver thrift. His work has appeared in publications including the Washington Monthly and Playboy.
Recent Posts by Steven Wilmsen
- April 14, 2011 by Kevin Cullen, Jenna Russell, Sarah Schweitzer, Patricia Wen, Bill Greene, Suzanne Kreiter, Aram Boghosian, Kayana Szymczak, Joanne Rathe, Brendan Hoffman, Steven Wilmsen, Lloyd Young
This series, spurred by the suicide of a Massachusetts teenager, explores the phenomenon of bullying from every angle, including the experiences of victims and the adults and institutions charged with protecting them. Originally published in the Boston Globe throughout 2010.
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