Randi Minetor's Areas of Expertise


Theatre technology. Randi writes for PLSN, Stage Directions, and Lighting & Sound America magazines, and her background in technical theater dates back to the beginning of her career. She served as public relations contractor to Hoffend & Sons, J.R. Clancy, and Sapsis Rigging, and today she writes about lighting, sound, projections, rigging, lifts, traps, and all other aspects of technology. She also writes in-depth pieces about new theater architecture and construction. 

Medicine and Healthcare. Randi served for several years as a principal copywriter for the Univeristy of Rochester Medical Center, and she writes on all manner of healthcare topics for Western New York Physician magazine's two editions. She has written for Medical Economics magazine, and her book Medical Tests in Context: Innovations and Insights (Greenwood Books) will be published in fall 2019. 

Environment. Randi writes on environmental issues in the printing and industrial sectors. She is an advisory board member with the Genesee Land Trust and an author of more than 40 books on America's national parks, New York State’s great outdoors, New England birding and parks, and bird and wildflower identification.

Industrial manufacturing. Whether your product is basic or highly technical, designed on contract or a newly patented invention, Minetor & Company knows the trials and tribulations of just-in-time production, precision manufacturing, customer service, warehousing and distribution. No industry is too arcane: Randi Minetor has written about municipal stormwater and wastewater management, electricity generation, methane capture, instrumentation, construction of giant telescopes, industrial printing and publishing, and a wide range of technologies.

General interest non-fiction. As a writer for Gale and ABC-CLIO, Randi writes entries for use in the vast general knowledge databases of high school and college libraries. She has researched and written about topics as diverse as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, computer hacking, hybrid and electric vehicles, drug legalization, and the history of China-US immigration.