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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.
writing and academic tutor
"Why is writing so hard?" Writing encompasses everything from coming up with ideas, planning, understanding the purpose of an assignment, shaping paragraphs, assembling sentences, to staying focused--down to the last spell-check. I want to help learners of every age find greater ease in self-expression, whether writing a college application essay, generating a paper of literary analysis, or studying vocabulary. I want them to become stronger readers, writers, thinkers. When I get to know new families, I strive to understand their goals, and I develop strategies to strengthen skills for every student. Whenever possible, I love to tailor the materials to their interests. In addition to overall language arts and humanities studies, I support students with language-based learning challenges, including dyslexia and dysgraphia. To better serve all learners, I studied Wired for Reading, a kid-friendly linguistics program designed to strengthen reading, spelling, and vocabulary. Past elementary school, few schools continue to focus on writing fundamentals. So for many students, with all kinds of minds, a structured approach, beginning at the sentence level, is the place to start. Before becoming a mentor for writing and learning, I worked as a journalist and writer for Microsoft and other Seattle-area ventures. As a writer, I tell stories through a human lens, designed to make businesses grow and individual lives better. Bringing together my professional background in communications and my passion for lifelong learning, I encourage a skill-based, conversational writing and thinking process with time-tested tools, craft, and heart. Whether your focus is remediation, enrichment, or simply COVID-era homework, I'm happy to be a resource. [email protected]
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).
Marketing Copywriter & Copy Editor
Specialties: SMB marketing | B2B marketing | Health and wellness industry Current Role: Copywriter at Daxko Previous Roles: Copy Review Specialist I > Copy Editor - Writer at Isagenix International Copywriter at G/O Digital Copywriting Intern at Make-A-Wish® America Education: Arizona State University | Barrett, The Honors College B.A. in English (Literature) B.A. in Communication
Public Relations & Communications
Elizabeth Baker is a Portland-based public relations and communications expert focused on strategic planning and execution, messaging, crisis communications, branding, content development, project management, copywriting, social media management, thought leadership, and advertising. She has more than two decades of experience in the finance, healthcare, higher education, food, nonprofit, environmental, government, and journalism industries. She is passionate about creating compelling messaging that will move people to action.
News writer, storyteller, photographer
Communications professional with 10+ years experience as a business, education, government and general news reporter. Photographer, social media and website manager, and a food and family columnist.
United States of America