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Peabody-award winning investigative reporter. Food/wine/travel blogger and long-time science, technology and health care journalist. Former chief communications officer at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York, NY; communications director and lecturer at UCSF School of Medicine; health and technology reporter for USA Today; science editor at UPI. Communications adviser to government and non-profit organizations. Author of The Communications Golden Hour: The Essential Guide to Public Information When Every Minute Counts, acclaimed handbook for police/fire/municipal communicators.
<b><big>Content Copywriter<br> • Marketing Manager<br> • Media Professional</b></big>
<b>Talented, creative, and efficient content copywriter and marketer. Experienced in a variety of industries spanning a bevy of fields. Long term writing contracts for prominent corporations including Apartment Guide, Visit Philadelphia, Rent., Nexxt Jobs, PODS, Eric Alper PR, Spectrio, and more. Draws from years of full-time, freelance, and agency writing and marketing environs. Comfortable producing B2B, B2C, B2G, creative, data-driven, lifestyle, instructional, and CTA copy, in both professional and conversational styles.</b> Concentration in copywriting and marketing journalism, with additional skillsets in email & event marketing, advertising & promotions, broadcasting, copyediting, comedy writing, and graphic design. Seeking an opportunity to join a progressive organization and utilize my unique writing and marketing skills and experience. A desire to help take a creative team the next level. Possesses a broad spectrum of knowledge, able to step into nearly any industry or channel without missing a beat.
I’m a journalist focusing on business, technology and personal finance. I started off writing for trade publications covering the media and advertising industries after graduating from Goldsmiths as a mature student just after the global financial crisis in 2008. Since then I’ve covered broad business news, ranging from economics, property and retail, to politics, policy and tech while at London’s leading daily business newspaper City A.M. As part of the online team, I helped drive record traffic, covering breaking news alongside follow-up insight and analysis to maximise engagement. This included stories ranging from company profit updates like Tesco’s accounting scandal, to politics - including Brexit and too many general elections to count - as well as events, such as Apple’s iPhone launches, and sadly, terrorist attacks. Becoming technology editor for both print and online, I was lucky enough to cover the tech startup ecosystem springing up in London, including the wave of fintech and rise of challenger banks as Silicon Roundabout and The City collided. I won ‘tech journalist of the year’ at the UK Tech Awards 2016, in recognition of incisive, accurate, readable commentary and in-depth knowledge of UK tech companies, public and private. Previous winners include writers for the Financial Times, The Times and Business Insider. I spent time freelancing after a stint setting up the content function of a financial wellbeing startup, where our communications on pension contributions for a global technology client was awarded by the Association for Business Psychology. I have also worked with clients in the technology space to produce content ranging from op-eds and blog posts to awards entries, including for startups and venture capital firms. I now write for The Sun online covering personal finance and consumer issues, helping millions of readers keep up with how the cost of living crisis is affecting their finances, find the best bargains and understand their money and their rights. You can see some highlights of my work below and Sun stories at the link below.
Writer & Content Creator
I am a creative and professional writer with experience in content creation, marketing, PR, and social media. I know how to adapt my voice to a variety of audiences, and pride myself on my ability to write for any industry. Currently writing from my home aboard a 45-foot Hunter sailboat.
Writer, Editor and Content Strategist
I'm a freelance writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience in professional storytelling. I have a passion for blog writing, feature writing, interviewing and all things magazine. I thrive working with designers and creatively brainstorming ways to bring your company's story to life. Contact: [email protected]
Deena Zaidi is a Toronto-based journalist. She previously worked with The Puget Sound Business Journal in Seattle as a Data Reporter. Prior to that, she worked as a contributor for TheStreet, Seeking Alpha, Truthout, Economy Watch, and icrunchdata. Her articles can also be found on The Independent, MSN Money, and Yahoo Finance. She holds a degree in MBA-Finance, MSc. in International Banking & Finance from the University of Durham, and has a certificate in Data Analytics.
Communications Consultant & Copywriter
Mary Reilly graduated from William Smith College with a BA in English, cum laude, and has an MBA from Columbia Business School in Marketing and Finance. Most of her 20+ year career has been spent in marketing and public relations roles at high-technology and Web-based companies, both on the corporate/agency sides and as an independent consultant. A serious “foodie” with an entrepreneurial spirit, Mary was a partner in a former restaurant and a caterer. A recently "confirmed bachelorette", she is now involved in the dating industry and is co-authoring a book with Dr. Martin Kelly entitled: "Hacking The Heartbreak Hotel". Her particular strengths include branding, naming, tag lines, blog articles, website copy, and engaging audiences with outside-the-box creativity and humor. Based upon her education, work experience, entrepreneurial ventures, and volunteer work, Mary is capable of writing copy for a company in virtually any industry--B2B or B2C, or for a non-profit. She believes that the lines between those two worlds are increasingly blurring and that copy must be written with the perspective that engagement is now H2H (Human-to-Human and Heart-to-Heart). Referrals and testimonials available upon request.