My Profile

Work History

AIM Communications (current) – Founder and president of 20-year-old publishing consulting and Web marketing company. Now specializing in providing marketing services to the Batam expat community, including writing, photography, editing, publication design, Web services, newsletter creation and management.

Smiling Hill Ltd. (Jan 2012-Jul 2014) – Business development consultant for this expat real estate and resort property on Batam Island, Indonesia (across the strait from Singapore). Work includes a weekly e-newsletter, Web sites, marketing and sales.

Previous employment includes: Health Management Technology (Nokomis, Fla.) – Publisher and editorial director. Communications News (Nokomis, Fla.) – Publisher and editor. Atlanta International Magazine – Founder, publisher and editor. Produced an annual trade show – InterTrade – and quarterly seminar programs. Business Atlanta Magazine – Publisher and editor. American City & County – Associate publisher and editor. Rural Georgia Magazine – Publisher and editor. Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader – News desk editor and environmental columnist. Savannah (Ga.) News-Press – News desk editor, sports copy editor, sportswriter, environmental columnist.


University of New Hampshire – 1977; political science major. Armstrong State College – 1971-1973. University of Illinois – 1965-1966; full Naval ROTC scholarship.


U.S. Army, 1967-1968, 101st Airborne, Vietnam, bronze star, honorable discharge


George Polk Award, 1982; Presidential Point of Light Award, 1982; Atomic Industry Forum Award for series on nuclear energy, 1973; George W. Haggard Award as best rural electric cooperative publication in U.S., 1982; numerous other national and regional awards.

Community Involvement

1992 Atlanta Olympic Games; Atlanta International Business Assn., founding member; Atlanta 2020 Commission; Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Business and Education committee; N.H. Clean Air Alliance, founding member.


Writing, photography, fishing, gardening, international travel.

Books by Ken Anderberg:

2 thoughts on “My Profile

  1. I used to think my new life was exceptional – until I started meeting people, so many of them, who have seen and experienced far more of the world than I have. It is, and has been a great experience, though. The world is so much different outside the U.S. bubble.

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