Writing is what I do.
I’ve been called an Education Director. I’ve been identified as the Career Services Coordinator. I’ve even been affectionately named, “The Hired Gun;” but regardless of the title, I’ve always been a writer.
I’m a right-brained gal through and through. As a child, English was my forte’ -(math….not so much). I remember the papers I wrote in high school and college the way an athlete recalls the play that placed him on the shoulders of his team mates. The “cool” kid is not how I would have been described.
After high school, I realized cool comes in a variety of forms and while I would never be remembered for making the winning basket or wearing the trendiest duds, I would become known in some circles for turning a wicked phrase.
In my experience, as soon as co-workers hear the phrase “English Major” all writing tasks, regardless of the mythical English Major’s official title, are immediately theirs. Add “teacher” to the mix and the new kid in the cubicle is immediately dubbed the resident expert on all things linguistic.
Throughout my career I have had the opportunity to write press releases, proclamations, news articles, web content, blog posts, content for brochures and educational marketing materials. I have written successful RFP’s, an entire vocational school accreditation application and countless documents for curriculum ranging from instructor training to medical assisting and green building technologies. As an outlet for my other passion, I publish and maintain Fit Foodista – my personal blog about food, health and wellness.
Whether it’s a small website content assignment or an in-depth, multi-faceted project requiring high quality business writing, I’m looking forward to hearing from you!