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Award-Winning Fantasy Sports/Gaming Writer
2014 FSWA National Fantasy Football Writer of the Year, Fantasy Sports Editor at The Sports Network. 2015 FSWA Finalist for Fantasy Football Ongoing Series. I have provided a small sampling of my work which comprises more than 1000 articles covering fantasy football, baseball, basketball, hockey and my years as motorsports editor.
Freelance Medical Writer
Pamela Q. Fernandes is a doctor, author and medical writer. She has decade long experience as a freelance medical writer. She has worked with many medical publishing houses and doctors. For pharmaceuticals, hospitals and practices, Pamela writes marketing medical copy. She specializes in training material for doctors and patient education material. As an academic writer, she is a qualified writer of articles for medical journals, case reports and medical presentations.
From Scratch By Shaye Elliott
Shaye Elliott I am a homesteading enthusiast, a published writer, and director at elliotthomestead.com. My experience in areas such as brand management, graphic design, and photography are valuable additions to our writing team. When I am not writing or publishing anything, I am out gardening in my small farm or cooking. I am also an herbalist, an experience I use to spread the word about sustainable living.
Northwestern University Student
A Senior majoring in journalism through the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Minors in Radio Television Film and Psychology. Passions include broadcast reporting, video storytelling, producing video content, researching, and writing. I strive to make stories that stimulate people's brains and move them emotionally.
Writer at KPMG
What's my story? It's about telling yours. I write insightful, engaging content that grabs attention and hits home with readers. Covering hundreds of business services and dozens of industries, I work with subject matter experts to shape their point of view on pressing business issues. Simplifying complex ideas and making them interesting is my specialty. I’m skilled at writing for a wide variety of print and digital formats, including thought leadership papers, research reports, marketing websites, online articles and infographics. I love to write, but I also know writing just to write only creates noise. That's why I focus on developing content that directly supports strategic business goals. Recognizing the pressure and pace of today's marketing functions, I also write extremely fast and regularly juggle multiple projects, usually far exceeding deadlines.
Michelle Myers is an Ecuadorian bilingual journalist who moved to Philadelphia in 2017. She is currently a freelancer and Co-hosts the show “El Café de la Tarde,” on Philatinos Radio. Before Philatinos, she worked at AL DÍA News as a political reporter, covering the 2019 city elections and City Hall, among other topics like labor and the LGBTQ+ community. Prior to moving to the U.S., she worked for a tv station, a magazine and a native digital outlet in Ecuador covering the General Assembly and doing data journalism for the national elections.
Diana is a registered dietitian-nutritionist and the owner of The Global Dietitian, an international nutrition consulting practice based in Seattle, WA and Luxembourg, Luxembourg. She helps individuals find the best eating approach for their specific lifestyle and family needs. She works with clients around the globe, and specializes in providing nutrition-based treatment for gastro-intestinal disorders, food allergies and intolerances, and nutrition for children and families. She also works with a variety of athletes on the local and national levels.
Content Writer & Editor
I am a versatile and meticulous content writer and editor with more than a decade of experience working remotely. I provide persuasive web copy, blog and newsletter articles, brochures, interviews, product descriptions and more. With a master's degree in creative writing, I am a capable short- and long-form storyteller across print and digital platforms. I am a gracious and efficient project manager for long-term and project-based clients across sectors, with specialized expertise in health & wellness, social entrepreneurship and mission-driven, green businesses. A little more about me: I am a published novelist whose work has been reviewed in the New York Times and elsewhere. Storytelling and environmental stewardship are my two deepest passions, and my background also includes work as a naturalist/environmental educator, historical ecologist, fish cannery worker, hot springs caretaker, field crew on a bird refuge in SE Alaska, and hiking guide in Big Sur. To learn more about me, feel free to visit www.stacycarlson.com/bio.
Writer | Wine Specialist | Artist Manager
Darby Mae is a creative thinker, writer, and producer with a successful track record of translating abstract ideas into cogent and imaginative content and vernacular. With a particular proclivity for the quixotic, she relishes the antediluvian practice of letter writing and deeply values meaningful connections. Knowing brevity as well as detail, she writes to share, to expose, to inspire and to inform. The art of persuasion is a language she speaks, too. As a content creator for three years and counting, Darby has learned to assiduously tailor her clients' needs to a body of work that reflects them in a uniquely marketable fashion. From ideation to publication, her efficient and detail-oriented work ethic is on par with her interpersonal communication. Her personal writing is at once obscure and deeply introspective, writing in a multitude of styles from poetry and music reviews to non-fictional narratives and portrait essays. Before moving back to the US in October of 2018, Darby was co-editor of France-based culture webzine, Slow Culture, and periodically contributed to the budget travel site, EuroCheapo. Darby is also a seasoned music enthusiast, periodic artist/band manager, and (aspiring) vinyl collector. Her network of artists, bands and solo musicians, as well as music & film industry personnel, extends across four continents and multiple generations. In 2015, she earned a B.A. in Arts Management with a concentration in Music Industry Studies, as well as a French minor, from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Darby's ensuing trajectories led her to France, where she stayed for three years becoming fully fluent in French. An adventurous soul with an enterprising mind, Darby's global experiences has imparted her with the desire to help companies build conscious brands that spark positive interaction and catalyze continual growth. Darby strives for excellence, not perfection, originality, not safety. In the spring of 2019, Darby moved to New York City, marking a significant pivot in her career from the spheres of marketing and branding to the vibrant world of wine; nevertheless, her writing continued. It was mid June of 2019 when she began working part-time at a neighborhood wine shop in the heart of Williamsburg. By the end of July, everything in her life pointed her towards this new path, one that would synthesize and magnify more than the sum of wines parts. In due time, Darby became exposed to the renegades and heralds and arbiters of the "cultural insurrection" (as Jonathan Nossitor calls it) as seen through the mushrooming natural wine community across the globe; galvanizing her studies and ensuing explorations. By October of 2019, she had experienced her first wine fair, Wines of Spain; revived and began co-curating the wine club for the vanguard UES natural wine shop, Vinyl Wine; and later that month, traveled to the Loire Valley where she would meet producers like Nicolas Réau, Catherine and Pierre Breton and Olivier Cousin. To say she was smitten after this trip is an understatement; she returned just in time for New York's RAW Wine and by the end of this, there was simply no point of return. In December of 2019, Darby earned her WSET Level 2 in Wines with Distinction from NYC's International Wine Center. Later, in September of 2020, Darby traveled to Oregon's prized Willamette Valley to experience her first wine harvest under French winemaker, Gilles de Domingo, of the Demeter certified Cooper Mountain Vineyards just 30 minutes west of Portland. With the ides of 2020 in the past, Darby is back in New York City and working on new projects both individually and with Vinyl Wine. She hopes to expand her writing to new audiences and continue her edification of all sides of the industry, both experientially and through research. With a strong belief and penchant for building off of a previous experiences, Darby intends to eventually combine her skills, experiences, and passions (food & wine, music & travel, and community & education) to become a trusted consultant for individuals, small businesses and organizations rooted in forward-thinking, anti-racist and environmentally-conscious initiatives.