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Daniel Shailer is an award-winning environmental reporter with the Tucson Sentinel in southern Arizona, where he's covered everything from mining and waste and conservation. Daniel has written narrative features, investigations and news articles with photo, audio and data. His reporting has appeared in the New Yorker, Gothamist and Business Insider. He has written essays for the LA Review of Books and Literary Hub. His stories on water pollution in New York City won Daniel awards from the Overseas Press Club and Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism. He was one of Covering Climate Now's 2023 student journalists of the year. M: dls22[email protected] T: US +1 (347) 784-2777 // UK +44 7585 553427
Storytelling + Social Impact
20+ years of experience developing and pitching compelling content. Specializing in nonprofit, food, and parenting. Owner, Achieving Good Communications. Co-owner of 2StreetSammies food cart. Human and dog mom.
Curriculum and Instruction/Instructional Design
I am an instructional designer at Daytona State College, a role I have undertaken following a rewarding career of nearly two decades as an English and Fine Arts educator. My passion lies in crafting engaging curricula and designing effective instructional strategies. One of the highlights of my journey has been the creation of courses within different Learning Management Systems, including Moodle, Canvas, and D2L. This experience has allowed me to develop online courses spanning English (levels 1-4), film studies, public speaking, journalism, and creative writing. At present, I am proud to serve as the department specialist for H5P—a user-friendly web-based tool enabling the creation of interactive activities tailored for online classes. Beyond academia, my background features roles as a reporter for two newspapers and an editor for various trade organization newsletters. These experiences have honed my writing prowess and layout skills, further enriching my diverse skill set.
Mark Peters is a freelance journalist, copywriter, author, and namer living in Chicago. He authored Bullshit: A Lexicon—a handy guide to identifying and calling BS in all its many forms—and has regularly contributed to The Boston Globe, McSweeny’s, and Visual Thesaurus. Over the last 20 years, Mark has written in various genres, including: — Academic articles for American Speech — Book reviews for Publisher’s Weekly — Interviews for The Comics Journal and Salon — Gift copy for Blue Q — Trivia and humor calendars for Sellers Publishing — Ghost-written articles and white papers for Tableau Software Mark has also published articles in Bark, Chicago Magazine, Chicago Reader, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Columbia Journalism Review, Cracked, Esquire, Funny Times, History Magazine, Jack Kirby Collector, Mental Floss, Nerve, New Scientist, Psychology Today, Slate, The Writer, and Writer’s Digest. At SAP, Mark put his lexical knowledge to use, spending five years as a naming consultant and project manager. He has a PhD in English from the University of Buffalo and is a Second City Writing Program graduate. In his free time he likes to devour graphic novels and hunt for the best grilled/fried/whatever chicken in Chicago. Let him know if he can write or name something for you.
I am an experienced sports journalist with a demonstrated history of generating engaging content in a major market. I have covered a variety of sports and events over my career, but am currently cover the Washington Capitals as a beat writer for NBC Sports Washington. I have been a member of the Pro Hockey Writers Association (PHWA) since 2016. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions or (especially) if you want to talk sports.
Content Marketing Writer
Over the last few years, I've found that well-researched content is bolstered by a clear, effective narratives. Optimizing content for SEO purposes while being able to clearly express why your content matters is the key to maximizing your ROI. That is the approach I take in all content pieces I work on, whether that be a blog post, a product page, social media updates, or a whitepaper backed by data. I strive to use data and research to tell the "why" of the matter, regardless of word count.
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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.