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Scientific Marketing Professional
I am a scientific marketing professional with over a decade of research experience who creates and manages content for the biotech and life science industries. I am passionate about leveraging my scientific and creative skills to communicate compelling messages while maintaining scientific integrity. I enjoy creating a variety of materials for inbound and outbound marketing, technical/product support, and sales enablement. It is an exciting time to be in the life sciences, and I look forward to communicating about the new innovations to come. Contact me at: [email protected]
Content writer, Editor, Proofreader
Lisa is a versatile, creative communications pro and storyteller. She has an extensive repertoire of articles she's written for digital and print media about movies, pop culture, healthcare, energy, retail and real estate, among other topics. An eagle-eyed word nerd, Lisa loves making a client's copy shine and edits reports, articles, scripts, emails, brochures, slide decks, websites and direct mail. A public relations consultant for most of her career, Lisa has a nose for what's intriguing and newsworthy, having placed dozens of articles and op/eds in local and national media outlets. She writes pithy social media posts and is a proud member of the #Twitter10, the group that took down Boston's 2024 Olympic bid. When Lisa's not writing, editing or publicizing a project, she's probably cooking or at the movies. She also enjoys ballroom dancing and skydived once. Please note that this online portfolio is representative of some of her work; there's more upon request.
Trained as a mathematician (B.Sc. in Applied Mathematics), driven by a passion for conservation and wildlife science (graduate student of Fisheries and Wildlife Administration), I have spent a decade writing all kinds of stories. Some pertaining to conservation and science, others about entirely unrelated topics. But, always telling the stories which desperately need to be told. I am available for many types of writing: - Ghostwriting for technical articles and book content - Grant writing - Content creation for websites and brochures - Blog content - Long-form articles - Email content & newsletters - White papers - Technical writing - Press release writing
Editorial Professional | Research-Based Writing and Interactive Marketing
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 and services, or re-envisioning how they use them. As a former librarian and writing teacher, I am adept at research-based writing 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.
Hey there! I’m currently based in New York City as a freelance journalist and graduate student at CUNY’s Newmark J-School, where I specialize in urban, data, and investigative reporting. I’m also the Fix intern reporting climate solutions stories at Grist and a volunteer reporting obituaries at THE CITY’s MISSING THEM project. I was previously the assistant editor for philosophy and religious studies at Oxford University Press, and an intern with the U.S. Department of State and U.N.C. School of Law's Center for Civil Rights. I received my B.A. in American culture studies, English literature and communication design from Washington University in St. Louis. As an undergraduate, I was the editor in chief of two collegiate magazines, a radio show host and DJ at KWUR 90.3 FM and a Lynne Cooper Harvey scholar in American culture studies. You can probably find me eating Ben & Jerry's and plotting my next day trip upstate. My full portfolio, including sample clips and data visualizations is available at annadeen.com. Feel free to reach me with any tips at [email protected]
Social Equity Advocate, Educator, and Consultant
I am a social equity educator and consultant who utilizes a "Tapestry Framework" to explore the why and the how of what diversity, equity, and inclusion truly means. I incorporate personal, professional, and historical experience and narratives that tell the stories of our ancestors and provides guiding introspection for our pathways forward in cultural humility and radical acceptance, broadening horizons of understanding across identity and intersections. I draw upon concepts and theories of social and existential psychology, cultural anthropology, and sociology to facilitate a gracious space for organizations to gain the tools and rituals needed to transform from one that is “well intentioned” to “well aware” in their social equity journey. I provide DEI assessments and scans, social and community impact reports and strategies, workshops and trainings, facilitation and caucusing, and various nonprofit consulting services. My expertise is rich, but my favorite topics are discussing the theories and "why's" of social equity; Racism, colorism and antiblackness; and intersectional disability inclusion initiatives. I am also available for panels, keynotes and speeches, artistic justice performances, and writing for your publication or blog.