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Writer and Editor
A writer and editor with a great passion for the English language, grammar, and syntax. A skilled freelancer who easily meets deadlines and regularly corresponds with clients to make sure they are getting exactly what they want.
Product Marketing Specialist | Copywriter | Storyteller
My love for storytelling, learning, and developing new ideas is at the heart of my approach to content creation and product marketing. I love digging deep into the details and collaborating to create rich and meaningful content that engages audiences and promotes organizational growth. In my free time, I'm crafting, dreaming up new adventures, and writing it all down. For more information about my freelance writing services, check out samantha-writes.com.
Founder | Speaker | Host | Creator | Author | SME
Sasha is the Founder of Sasha Talks, an educational and entertainment platform that integrates self & professional development into nurturing meaningful outcomes. As a speaker, mentor and author, she partners alongside different clients, from individuals to organizations, to capitalize upon their talent. Visit www.sashatalks.com to learn more.
Kaye (also known as Bee) Stephens is a professional freelance writer with a passion for crafting compelling narratives and engaging content. With a diverse background in ttrpgs, marketing, and creative writing, they bring a blend of creativity and professionalism to every project. Email: [email protected]
Writer, Author, Communications Professional
I am a seasoned communications professional and manager seeking contractual or management opportunities in a corporate or nonprofit setting. I have worked with nonprofits as well as several colleges and universities across the country as a faculty member, senior-level communication executive, and special assistant to the president. Currently, I am a clinical instructor and program manager for the Business Communication Program in the Department of Marketing at Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business. Previously, I served as a writer at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. In this position, I wrote and edited the bi-weekly Dean’s E-News; researched and wrote articles for the school’s website and its magazine, The Briefing; and I also wrote press releases on policy briefs and other research occurring in the School. My previous positions have included assistant professor of journalism at Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism, Media, and Graphic Arts; special assistant to the president for operations at Clark Atlanta University; assistant to the president/director of public affairs at Chicago State University; director of public relations and marketing for Meharry Medical College; and vice president for college relations at Morris Brown College. I began my communications career with the University of Pittsburgh’s News and Publications office. I have also worked as a writer in the public relations offices of Dartmouth College and the University of Chicago. My public relations achievements include local, regional, and national media placements in the Chronicle of Higher Education, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Washington Times as well as broadcast spots on NPR’s All Things Considered, The Today Show and 20/20, to name a few. A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Clark Atlanta University and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I also earned the certified nonprofit professional (CNP) credential from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. Additionally, I am the author of the novel, "Survival in a Sea of White."
Margo Pelak is an award-winning marketing communications professional who began her career as a journalist and has published news and feature articles in more than 300 periodicals. For more than 20 years, she has worked in marketing communications leadership roles, raising awareness of people, products, brands, and services across multiple global channels. Most recently, Margo served as Head of Global Communications at Mogul, Inc, a high-growth HR tech and diversity recruiting company backed by Softbank, the world's largest technology-focused venture capital fund. Prior to joining Mogul, Margo held strategic leadership roles at Presence Healthcare, Siemens, Sysmex America, and Motorola Life Sciences, where her work was instrumental in achieving revenue targets and profitability goals. Margo holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from National-Louis University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia College Chicago. A NOTE FROM MARGO This site contains a very small sample of my work - though my greatest asset is my brain! I am a strategizer at heart, and I help organizations grow. How can I help you achieve your goals?
Hi there! I'm a mother of two children and a grandmother of one, but more importantly, I'm your next ghostwriter! I've been writing and publishing for more than 15 years and I love reading and writing fantasy, romance, horror, and paranormal stories!
Freelance Content Writer
Looking for a writer or ghostwriter with a natural flair for persuasion? Want content that ranks 1st page of Google search results? Looking for a flexible writer who understands User Intent and SEO? Meg is a freelance writer, content creator, and content strategist, who specializes in quality content that gets your business seen! Meg has ghostwritten on hundreds of topics from pet care to writing tips, parenting to haunted houses, and bathroom fixtures to wood stoves. She is experienced in writing product descriptions, reviews, and buying guides for everything from backpacks, survival gear, and dirt bikes to bake ware, writing software, and online educational platforms. Contact Meg today for specific writing samples related to your topic or industry or to discuss your content needs.
Strategic Marketing and Communications Manager
In the dynamic world of marketing, I've always believed in the power of storytelling. Whether it's transforming intricate technical data into compelling narratives at Idaho National Laboratory or strategizing growth avenues for Stamina AI, my journey has been about connecting dots, weaving stories, and driving results. 🔹 Achievements in Numbers: At INL, I formulated 302 IP strategies, crafted 350+ content pieces, and secured 25 strategic alliances, generating over $500K in royalties. My efforts didn't go unnoticed, earning me the 'Early Career Professional of the Year' accolade in 2020. 🔹 Startup Hustle: Transitioning to Stamina AI, I've been at the forefront of shaping its marketing voice. From content overhaul to strategic planning, I've been instrumental in amplifying our brand's digital footprint. 🔹 Lifelong Learner: With a BS in Marketing from Utah Valley University and an MBA from Idaho State University, my academic roots have always fueled my professional endeavors. But learning doesn't stop at formal education for me. Every campaign, every strategy, every content piece is a new lesson. 🔹 Beyond the Desk: When I'm not immersed in marketing strategies, you'll find me with my family, indulging in my love for grilling, or diving deep into the worlds of Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and more. Audiobooks? They're my constant companions. 🔹 Let's Connect: In this ever-evolving digital age, networking is the key. I'm always open to forging new professional relationships and collaborations. If you resonate with my journey or see a potential synergy, let's chat!
Language & Learning
The keys to a kingdom are forged through a mastery of words; the realm beyond is a formula of composition. I am in my idealistic sense, the title granted as an alumnus of an English university, a magister. It is the credentials denoting a scholar and scribe and inadvertently, an explorer in pursuit of all the keys to realms beyond. Since my formative years I have been an avid reader with a balance of exploration into what I was reading and eventually, writing. Studying English in the country of its origin was a necessary part of my own Campbellian quest, along with knowing the language from non-native speaker perspectives from around the world. In my global pursuits of tracing oral traditions into literary form I mastered a ring of kingdom keys. There is no longer a demographic of age, language, nationality, or cultural background that I have not or cannot successfully instruct. This is regardless of whether it is a language, an idea, thing, or even implementation and integration of varied processes - whether it in-person, on the web, or through printed material. Here among the links are shadows of the skills, abilities, and keys of a magister scribe...