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Digital Marketing / Copywriting
I love many things. lemon cake, coffee, children, dogs, bookshops, the smell of old paper, small businesses, baseball games, and time spent writing. There are currently millions of freelance writers trying to make a living out of writing gigs. I am one of them. I am a professional copywriter based in the Twin Cities area. I have enjoyed over 15 years of experience as a broadcast writer for both CBS Broadcasting, and ABC Broadcasting. Throughout the years 2001-2021, I have designed hundreds of digital marketing campaigns, written hundreds of blogs, and can produce digital videos, graphics, and engaging contests. Am I any good at writing? Why yes! Thank you for asking. I am the recipient of two Radio Best Awards, an Addy, and two Silver Microphone Awards for The Minnesota Baseball Hall of Fame and The Saint Cloud Hospital 100 Year History. Let me tell you, winning awards is also something I love. Warmest Regards, Kristen Gordon COPYWRITING: I have enjoyed over 15 years’ experience as a broadcast writer for both CBS Broadcasting, and ABC Broadcasting. I am also the recipient of several media awards including two Silver Microphone Awards, an Addy, and 2 Radio Best Awards from the RAB of New York. • Adjunct Mass Communications professor at Saint Cloud State University; teaching Broadcast and News Writing • Columnist and editor at Radio Ink Magazine • Copywriter at WCCO News Radio in Minneapolis • Creative Director and New Media Director for ABC Broadcasting in Minneapolis • Blogger for several Financial Planning clients. Some of my blogs have trended number one nationally on Marketwatch.com DiGITAL: • Vast writing experience creating news stories, press releases, blogs, eBooks, digital videos, posts, and social media posts across various platforms. • Ability to utilize digital analytics to develop profiles of on-site visitors. • Expertise in Shopify, Hub Spot, Wix, Word Press
Blogger, Critic, Reviewer, Content & Copy Writer, Editor
A multi-faceted creative professional that cultivates a passion for writing, research, teaching, film making, and life. A strong science and health background-peppered with film and photography and 15 years of experience writing all manner of content and copy: from non-profit grants, academic papers & proposals, advocacy and opinion pieces as well as fun-in-the-sun food and travel, I strive to create engaging copy with a positive tone. Currently a member of Stage 32, The Author's Guild, I have served as a International Film Festival Judge for WFA.
JOURNALIST • AUTHOR • WRITER • EDITOR
I am an experienced nonfiction editor, published author, and award-winning journalist who provides editing and content writing services to English language clients worldwide. I understand the impact of words and creative problem-solving to help writers perfect their work and meet clients' needs in their authentic voice and brand. With a keen editor's eye, I pride myself on my resourcefulness and ability to translate complex issues into powerful and clear language. I appreciate deadlines, too, and I meet them. My current work involves writing and editing everything from articles and book manuscripts to speeches and blogs. I provide nonfiction book proposal and manuscript critiques as well as one-on-one consulting, copy editing, proofreading, line editing, substantive (heavy) editing, and developmental editing. My own publishing experience includes co-authoring a triple memoir — “Three Wishes: A True Story of Good Friends, Crushing Heartbreak, and Amazing Luck on Our Way to Love and Motherhood” (Little, Brown & Co.) — that was dubbed “A Tome of the Brave" by Oprah's O Magazine and published in five other countries. I draw on a decades-long journalism career to expertly handle a wide range of genres and topics and keep projects on track for my clients. As a reporter for The Washington Post, Boston Globe, and Miami Herald, I covered everything from politics, education, parenting, and plane crashes to hurricanes, hackers, and neuroscience, and I was one of 10 international journalists selected for an MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellowship. I've freelanced for NPR, The Economist, National Geographic News, Slate, This Old House, and Boston Magazine, among many others, as well as academic institutions and nonprofits including Northwestern University and Boston University. Clients also currently include WebMD, Aha Media Group, Curmudgeon Group, Talentfoot, Callisto Media, Book Launchers, Greenleaf Book Group, Pew Research, MIT, Northwestern University, Boston University, Weill Cornell Medicine, The Trustees, and the American Cancer Society, among others. Memberships include the Society of Professional Journalists, Editorial Freelancers Association, and I am represented by the Denise Shannon Literary Agency in New York City.
Environmental Scientist and Writer. Outdoor Guru.
I am a scientist and freelance writer with a passion for the outdoors. My more creative environmental science writing has revolved around marine and fisheries ecosystems, with a nod to indigenous perspectives and practices. Recently I have been working in multimedia storytelling and crafting short videos. When I'm not making discoveries in the lab or crafting on my computer you can find me exploring the backwoods of Oregon, tip- toeing to mountain tops or taming raging rivers.
Journalist in Orange County, CA
I am a writer, editor, and photographer currently working as the Associate Editor for the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) and Performance Racing Industry (PRI). I have a degree in journalism from the University of Central Florida and have experience in social media, business copywriting, editing, and more. I am also a certified yoga teacher (200RYT). If you’d like to get in touch, email me at [email protected]
Hello! Michelle is a freelance writer currently carving a place for herself in the world of travel, wellness, lifestyle, and digital marketing. What I Do: - Features/Articles - Blogging - Copywriting - Ghost Writing - Script Writing Below is a roundup of her favorite pieces. Enjoy! Want to work together? Click the envelope button below or send her a message on LinkedIn or Instagram!
Multicultural, multilingual, and multi-award-winning government relations and public affairs professional serving Miami-Dade County. Former international airline concierge and customer service director.
Griselle Marino, a five-time Emmy Award nominee, and two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist, has served as the Communications and Media Director for the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners' Office of Community Advocacy since January 2018. In her current position, Marino hosts a TV/Web show in English and Spanish at La Meca Radio. During six years, Marino worked in the Office of the Chair's Media Division and served as Director of Media and Assistant Director of Media. Marino also served as Public Affairs Manager at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and the Office of Emergency Management during four years. She started with the County in 2004, as a Public Affairs Officer at Miami-Dade Aviation Department covering Miami International Airport and five general aviation airports. During that time, she assisted the Protocol Division with diplomatic arrivals, and special events held at the airport. Marino also worked in the County’s Communications Department focusing on Integrated Communications for one year. There, she obtained more than 50 digital marketing certificates in web analytics and new media. Marino co-hosted an education show on WLRN, a PBS member station, with veteran journalist Ed O’Dell. Marino’s broadcasting career also included a stint in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Police Department’s Public Information/Community Outreach Division as a Community Outreach Specialist. Marino has federal and state government clearance. Her early years experience includes working for the airline industry at Miami International Airport as an International Concierge assisting 20% of the customers who represented 80% of the revenue as frequent first class customers and Red Carpet Club members; she was later promoted to Customer Service Director. In 2021, Marino was recognized during National Volunteer's Week, and won in 2020, the Communications and Literature "In the Company of Women" award. In 2017, she received a distinction from her Alma Mater, Florida International University, and an appointment from the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) as a Media Relations Reservist in the External Affairs cadre. As for formal education, Marino attended Miami Dade College (MDC) where she obtained an associate degree in Business Administration and Florida International University (FIU), where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communications with a minor in English. While studying at FIU, she was a staff writer for "The Beacon," FIU's official newspaper. Marino was recently asked by FIU to serve in their School of Communications and Journalism Dean's Advisory Board. Upon graduating FIU in 1993, she interned at Univision's Miami affiliate and soon afterward, landed her first reporter's job for WSUA 1260 AM, Radio Caracol, where she interviewed U.S. presidential candidate Ross Perot and former Nicaraguan President Violeta Chamorro. Marino's quest for knowledge did not stop with her bachelor's degree; she completed two years of legal studies (43 credits) at FIU's College of Law and obtained employment at the office of well-known criminal defense trial attorney Roy Black. As a legal assistant, she worked on high-profile cases and gained incalculable legal knowledge. Marino was invited to several Florida Supreme Court media seminars and as a panelist to debate controversial legal issues. Marino has also been recognized by former U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen on the floor of the United States Congress for her journalistic efforts to reunite a Colombian mother with her two daughters who were abducted and taken to the Middle East by their Syrian father. Marino is multilingual, speaking English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese and has served as an Emmy judge for the National Academy of Television Arts and Science. In 2005, she was one of 18 judges from across the country scoring entries submitted for consideration in the Lone Star Emmy Awards. Five years later, the Latino Leaders Network, a Washington D.C. organization, named Marino a "Media Latino Leader." In 2011, Marino became a member of the Regional Domestic Security Task Force. She traveled to FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Maryland, to receive specialized training on the Joint Information Center structure and the National Incident Management System, which provides a nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work collaboratively during domestic incidents. Marino has received public information training on weapons of mass destruction/terrorist incidents and military base and port community resiliency initiatives. While at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, she represented the Office of Emergency Management at Turkey Point’s FEMA evaluated and non-evaluated emergency response training exercises. Marino has served as a member of the following organizations: International Association of Emergency Managers, National Information Officers Association, National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors Association, Public Relations Society of America, and National Association of Television Arts and Sciences.
Editor in Chief, The Georgetown Voice
Student journalist at Georgetown with print, online, and production experience. Editor in Chief of a bi-weekly student mag, production intern at The Hill, and former intern focusing on unemployment and income at Street Sense and local politics and access to information at NonDoc. Interested in environmental reporting, increasing access to information, feature writing, and story production. Constantly thinking about what our role should be.
West Newsmagazine is a bimonthly publication where I wrote a minimum of four news stories per month. As a freelancer, I attended city meetings for Town & Country and Ellisville municipalities and I reported on significant agenda items from those meetings. The Missourian is a biweekly paper, where I wrote seven to 10 news and feature stories, and published numerous original photos on a weekly basis. As the St. Clair editor, I attended city, school and county meetings, as well as community events. Most of the people I interviewed were prominent members of the city and Franklin County communities. For each paper, I assisted a page designer with designing the section. Together, we placed my stories and photos to fill three pages. I also proofread copy before it went to print. Deadline was always met. I wrote a weekly column about a variety of local and national topics. I won first place in the National Newspaper Association contest for my column about National Walkout Day. I also won other awards for my news stories and photos from the Missouri Press Association. Not only did I write stories and capture photos for print, but I also posted them online and to social media platforms. In addition to my regular duties, I provided interesting stories about senior residents for the monthly Senior Life Times publication. Most of my time was spent working independently, however, I enjoyed working in collaboration with my colleagues.