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Freelance Writer and Editor
Stephanie Jones is a writer, editor and podcast host with a background in long-form copywriting, editorial management + journalism and in-depth interviews. In addition to working as creative copywriter on both the agency side and client side, Stephanie works as features writer for DownBeat Magazine and Hot House Jazz Guide. She has contributed to a variety of local and national publications including The Detroit Free Press, Metropolitan Magazine (formerly Residency NY), NAfME's Teaching Music Magazine and JazzSpeaks.org. Beginning as copy editor and proofreader, she worked her way up to becoming managing editor of New Jersey Teachers Magazine in 2016. Stephanie graduated from Wellesley College, having majored in English literature. A Phi Beta Kappa and Kaye Scholar, she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Performance from The City College of New York, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She currently teaches Eyes of the Entrepreneurs at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in downtown Manhattan.
Editorial Pro | Marketing/Advertising and Education Industries
Multi-talented, organized editorial professional with a background in marketing and sales support, training and instruction, taxonomies and asset management. I specialize in overseeing projects such as curriculum redesigns, new taxonomy creations, and new brand websites. I enjoy the challenge of convincing potential customers to try new products, or re-envisioning how they use existing products. As a former librarian and writing teacher, I am adept at research and supporting professionals and teams through the collaborative creative process. I content-plan, copywrite, copy-edit, QA, and develop organizational schemes for everything from brand websites to product labels.
Senior Writer | Editor
Tacuma Roeback has written for the Smithsonian Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Tennessean, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Society for Human Resource Management and Slant News, Inc. He has a Master of Science in Journalism (MSJ) degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree from Chicago State University and a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from Florida A&M University. He has taught English composition, literature and writing at DePaul University, Chicago State University, Young Chicago Authors and City Colleges of Chicago.
I am a paramedic, an adjunct instructor of secondary education majors, a former high school English and journalism teacher and a writer working in the field of emergency medicine. I am currently employed by EMS World as the Senior Editorial and Program Director.
United States of America
Freelance Journalist, Multimedia Producer, Creative Director
I produce writing, video, and audio about social issues and pop culture with an eye to gender and race. At Wake Forest University, I formally studied politics, international affairs, and journalism. I informally studied tweets, Rihanna, and jollof rice.
Editor, writer, thinker, skeptic. Editor, writer, and researcher with deep expertise about education. Creative and strategic thinker who excels at transforming publications and rethinking organizational efforts to deepen impact in schools and influence quality of learning. Skillful public speaker and accomplished professional development presenter. Extensive experience visiting schools in U.S. and abroad (Canada, China, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Haiti, Netherlands).
Copywriter and Copy Editor
Current Copy Review Specialist I at Isagenix International. Former Copywriter at G/O Digital and Copywriting Intern at Make-A-Wish® America. ASU graduate with concurrent degrees in English (Literature) and Communication. My Approach: 1. Client Focus – I write with the ultimate goal of increasing conversions for the client. Writing must maintain the delicate balance between the client’s vision, readers' needs and marketing best practices. 2. Purposeful Writing – There is already enough meaningless content out there. I enjoy taking complex, interesting topics and breaking them down into bite-size pieces the average reader can understand. 3. No Shortcuts – I believe it is possible to make a compelling argument for a client’s product or service without boring or deceiving the intended audience.