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Maddy Simpson is a Data Fellow at Business Insider. A Columbia Journalism School alum, she was most recently a DJNF Business Reporting intern in 2020 and has contributed to reporting in the Columbia Journalism Review and the Michigan Free Press. She is a proud Minnesotan, and constantly craves a Juicy Lucy from Matt's Bar in Minneapolis. Reach her at simpsonmadelinem (@) gmail (dot) com. https://www.businessinsider.com/author/maddy-simpson
High School Writer
I am a current Content Writing Intern at digital entertainment media startup polljuice and a high school senior (Class of 2021). My desire to communicate knowledge on a variety of subjects in a clear and engaging manner defines my writing and translates to my academic endeavors. As a polljuice intern, I've been fortunate to enjoy the freedom to pick my article topics. I enjoy researching and writing the gamut. I weigh the merits of dark chocolate vs milk chocolate. I question why we don't refer to other countries' names in their own language. I explore the beautiful foreign words for emotions with no English equivalent. I look at the pumpkin spice latte and contemplate another double standard women face. I link the physiology of fatigue with the phenomenon of deep late night conversations. I marvel at the scientific persuasive power behind dogs' puppy dog eyes. I probe America's history of public shaming. At this point, I realize I've referred to a good number of my articles. All this to say, I have an enthusiasm to learn more and share this knowledge. I'm grateful that my polljuice internship gives me the opportunity to do just that. In college, I hope to continue honing my writing skills through class papers, lab reports, and joining a school journal. My wide range of interests influenced my primary academic interests in interdisciplinary psychology, neuroscience, and nutrition science. Although I've gained most of my professional experience in communications, the time management, research, and avid curiosity that fueled those endeavors will serve me well in my intended future areas of focus.
Freelance Writer | Copy Editor | Content Writer | Ghostwriter
Cori Padgett-Bukowski is a cheeky word wrangler-for-hire, professional blogger, and published fiction author under the pen name C.B. Stone. You can find her at Big Girl Branding, furiously polishing the words of her clients and sharing her thoughts on entrepreneurship with all and sundry, as well as at Salt, Light, and Faith, digging deep and sharing her thoughts on God. Elsewhere, you might find her sipping coffee, staring into space, and wool-gathering for her storytelling endeavors. Ps: Wool-gathering is harder than it sounds. Truth.
Independent Journalist and Photographer
I'm usually seen with a notepad and a Nikon. I have worked on and off as a photojournalist, reporter, and editor for the past three decades. I put my words and pictures together to tell the whole story.
Writer, Author, Professor, IT and Leadership Consultant
I'm a passionate writer who writes about leadership, technology, education, and contemporary events. I've got more than twenty-five years of writing experience in every writing genre: Academic, Business, Content, and Creative writing. The value I bring to my clients is the ability to write about complex issues in a conversational tone. I'm fond of saying "Just because the writing is technical, doesn't mean it has to be boring." I make unforgettable connections between readers and their articles by making words sing.
I am a steadfast enterprise reporter, creative wordsmith and dedicated editor driven to support and produce strong editorial content in print, in person and online. Current author bio is available on SecurityManagment.com here: https://www.asisonline.org/security-management-magazine/resources/authors/claire-meyer/ Additional articles from SecurityMagazine.com are available here: https://www.securitymagazine.com/authors/2554-claire-meyer Paywall may apply.
Writer, Content Strategist, and Editor
Abby is a writer, editor, and content strategist. She believes that quality written content and top-notch SEO are the pillars of every website. Abby boasts 7 years of combined experience in digital marketing in a variety of spaces, including higher education, animal welfare, and law. Abby is most passionate about human rights, animal rights, and protecting the environment. Through her writing, she hopes to make a positive impact—and inspire others to do the same. Services • Content Strategy • Written Content - Blogs and Essays - Articles and Op-Eds - White Papers - Landing Pages - Miscellaneous Web Content - Ad Copy (PPC, in-line content, pop-up modules) •SEO - Technical Audit - Content Optimization - Google My Business Optimization • Editing - Copyediting - Line editing - Developmental Editing
Sports Editor, The Chatham News + Record
Thanks for checking out my work. My name is Chapel Fowler, and I'm a 2020 UNC-Chapel Hill graduate currently covering high school and local sports with a dash of news for The Chatham News + Record, a weekly community paper just outside North Carolina's Triangle area. I've been hooked on sports journalism since the fall of 2016, when I wrote my first ever story for the Daily Tar Heel, UNC's independent student newspaper, on a volleyball match. Since then, I've worked as a senior writer and sports editor for the DTH, covering virtually every sport on campus; interned at The Charlotte Observer and Virginian-Pilot/Daily Press in Hampton Roads, Virginia; and freelanced consistently for a variety of local and and national outlets. In my current role at the News + Record, I cover five high schools and anyone or anything else relevant to the sports audience in Chatham County, a short drive from Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill. I also chip in on general news coverage, copy editing, production, social media and our weekly newsletter. In the clips below, I hope you can get a sense of my writing style. I've picked out a variety of stories, including deadline gamers, in-depth profiles and enterprise stories, from the various publications I've worked for over the last four years. If you'd like to get in touch for any reason, you can find me on Twitter or LinkedIn by clicking the links below or email me at [email protected].
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]
Writer and Editor
For more than 20 years, I've written about people, places, trends and events in Omaha, first as the arts reporter for the Omaha World-Herald, then in public relations and development for various organizations. These days, I love my job freelance writing for both local and national publications as well as providing providing communications support for various businesses through articles, speeches, newsletters, press releases, Web copy, brochures, grant proposals and presentations. One of my favorite parts of the job is taking on new projects and challenges, so if your organization needs writing or editing support, I'd love to hear from you.