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Amy Lafferty

Writer, Editor, Educator, Marketing Professional

Location icon United States of America

Welcome to the online portfolio of Amy Lafferty, writer, editor, educator, pet hoarder, wanderer, and coffee enthusiast. If your needs are in idea-generation, content development, editing expertise, marketing, bearded dragons, or wilderness survival tips, then I am the professional for you.

Because of my years of experience in content creation, I believe that language and communication skills are the foundation of achieving many other goals. My passion is to use my expertise in these areas to inform and empower the community through a high standard of content and ideas.

Feel free to contact me with any questions at [email protected]

Mind's Eye
Fighting the past for a more active future

Runners sweating on the treadmills, weight lifters pumping iron, a general aura of sweat and activity: these are a usual part of the workout scene at Foster Recreation Center. But as assistant professor of kinesiology Dr. Amanda Perkins scanned the room during her workout, she noticed something else - she was the only African American woman in the room.

Bear Bulletin
Bears who broke barriers - Bear Bulletin

It just takes one person: To create change that lasts. To knock down obstacles for future generations. To ensure opportunities are extended to everyone. by Trysta Herzog, Amy Lafferty and Michelle S. Rose These are the innovators who were first. Who broke color or gender barriers. Who looked at things differently.

Bear Bulletin
Presidential appointee helps regulate U.S. Postal Service - Bear Bulletin

Tony Hammond, '78, is an American history buff. It's advantageous, then, that since the 1980s he has been able to have a career in politics and government in Washington, D.C. He currently serves as one of four members of the leadership team for the Postal Regulatory Commission.


In summertime we look for things buried in the clay. Our parents call us, but we lose their voices by digging deeper. We find arrowheads and campfire rings. Deeper, and we find Pleistocene glaciers, and past that, terrible feathered monsters. Deeper, and the town is an ocean floor.

Department of English Blog
Students chosen for Moon City Press' fall Student Invitational Reading

by Trysta Herzog The creative writing faculty has chosen seven writers, spanning four genres, to represent the student creative force at the Fall 2016 Student Invitational Reading. This semester's readers include the following students: Ana Berkovich, fiction Brandy Clark, poetry Aundrea Davis, memoir Ali Geren, poetry Jessica Hawkins, fiction Amy Lafferty, fiction Rebecca Stewart, comics 7 p.m.

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