Margot is the author of three books, and numerous articles below:


Margot has also published many feature and opinion pieces including:

As I See It: Grandmother, Author on Making Adoption Work  Main Line Media News, August 16, 2017

When our youngest granddaughter joined the family from Taiwan some years ago, none of us had any real idea of what to expect — especially her older sister.   Read more...

Want to Feel Better in 2017?  Giving Back a Great Start  Main Line Media News, January 1, 2017

So here we are, decidedly post-election and hopefully enjoying the New Year's holiday and its potential for merriment as well as reflection.  The question is: are we feeling cheerful?  Read more...

Locked in with Elie Wiesel: A Unique Evening with a Gracious Soul  Jewish Exponent, July  2016

As the tributes flow in praising Elie Wiesel, called a "living memorial" by President Obama and many others, I have a distinctly personal memory of this unique human being.  Read more...

As I See It: Cuba - becoming a real neighbor?  Main Line Media News, March 2016

President Barack Obama heads off to Cuba this week - to talk to the government about opening up business and culture ties, and watch a baseball things.  All kinds of things are happening.  Read more...

Born Republican, but then...  Main Line Media News, October 2012

One thing about living on the Main Line is that many of my old friends from Philadelphia live close by.  We bump into each other from time to time, and often talk about the old days.  Read more...

Spotlight on Ovarian Cancer  Bucks County Women's Journal, August 2007

Women throughout the Delaware Valley are becoming more aware of symptoms that could mean the all-important early stage diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer.  Read more...

The Rebuilder  Pennsylvania Gazette, March 2005

As founder and director of the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture, alumnus Allen Keller works to mend the bodies, minds and spirits of people who have suffered the worst evils humans can inflict on each other.  Read more...

Is Head Start Finished?  Philadelphia Inquirer, July 2003

Why tamper with a program that's been a success for more than 35 years?  Educators, child advocates and parents all over the country are asking that question.  Read more...

Lauder's Neue Jewel Box  Pennsylvania Gazette, July 2002

Before he was a Penn undergrad, chairman of Estée Lauder International, US Ambassador to Austria or a noted philanthropist, Ronald Lauder W'65 had a fascination with art.  Read more...