About Us

Editorial Associates is Washington’s first editorial services firm.  We pioneered the concept of editorial services companies in the Greater Washington Area whereby clients can outsource their public relations and communications projects to experts and obtain top talent at significant cost savings.  Through sound counsel and expert service, we guide our clients and strengthen their programs in order to achieve organizational and long-term goals.

EA serves a wide variety of corporations, professional associations, nonprofit entities, research and healthcare facilities and government agencies.  We are a woman-owned business that has been in business for over 40 years and are known for our creative, effective approach to problem solving.

Our communications services range from creation and management of publications and PR programs, to specific components thereof: public education campaigns, newsletters, media kits, conference proceedings and coverage, annual reports, brochures, journals, research reports, training manuals and workshops, individual articles, technical reports, proposals, press releases and follow-up.  For each client, EA carefully tailors the end product to the targeted audience—from the highly-sophisticated technical professional to the general public. 

The resources of EA include a network of seasoned writers, editors, public relations counselors, association executives, corporate leaders, scientists and health professionals who have been meticulously chosen from many hundreds of aspiring applicants.  Associates are selected not only for their proven communications skills and professional credentials, but also for their sound knowledge of the specific academic, technical and professional fields in which they move.  EA Associates are held in high regard by their peers as well as past clients. EA clients also benefit from our access to and knowledge of recognized leaders in relevant fields.  We utilize the expertise of respected and exceptional leaders in the business, nonprofit, diplomatic, academic, scientific, environmental, renewable energy, health and humanitarian service fields as well as state and local legislators and officials.

EA is led by Doris Margolis, President and CEO, who is nationally known for her award-winning communications skills and performance. Former editor-in-chief of the Journal of Rehabilitation and vice chair of the People-to-People Committee on Disability, she has utilized her communications skills to strengthen myriad professional associations, corporations, rehabilitation and health facilities, governmental entities and civic groups. She is a former president of the American Medical Writers Association/Mid-Atlantic and has served on the board of directors for the American NewsWomen’s Club, National Press Club and American Medical Writers Association (of which she is a Fellow); she also holds membership in the National Association of Science Writers. A native Washingtonian, she is a graduate of The George Washington University and an active member, and former President, of the Rotary Club of Washington, DC.