Leeann Sausser

Strategic Storyteller

I'm a strategic storyteller with a passion for putting words on a page. I love to write and edit all sorts of material and thrive when exploring those interests through creative writing, print and online publishing, public relations, and marketing.

After a whirlwind year spent with the Walt Disney Company, I currently create and manage internal and external communications for a variety of clients as an Account Manager at Borshoff. Please feel free to email me at [email protected]



Disney Clips

Disney Cruise Line Public Affairs

Disney Cruise Line Highlights Fun-Filled Additions on the Disney Fantasy during Inaugural Calls...

CELEBRATION, Fla. (June 20, 2017) - The newly-enhanced Disney Fantasy docks in the sun-soaked islands of Aruba, Barbados, Martinique and St. Kitts for the first time this week,...

Disney Parks Blog

Disney's Vero Beach Resort Awarded AAA Four Diamond Rating

If you've ever visited Disney's Vero Beach Resort, you know this Disney Vacation Club resort, oozing with Old Florida charm, is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing beach...

Disney Cruise Line Public Affairs

Disney Magic Returns to Europe for the Summer Season and Celebrates First-Time Visits to New Ports

CELEBRATION, Fla. (May 2017) - This summer, the Disney Magic returns for its grand tour of Europe taking guests to exciting new ports of call and popular destinations throughout...

Disney Parks Blog

Disney Cruise Line Celebrates Earth Month

What do picking up trash along the beach, reading to elementary students, caring for animals and enjoying a beautiful nature stroll all have in common? They are the many ways...

Disney Parks Blog

Behind the Waves: Energy Efficiency Onboard Disney Cruise Line

In honor of Earth Day, go Behind the Waves of Disney Cruise Line with Disney Channel star Jenna Ortega from the hit TV series Stuck in the Middle. In this final installment,...



Project Description Copy

Wrote the new project descriptions for architect and design firm JRMA's new website in order to reveal the story behind each one.

The Peggy Seigel Writing Competition

Friend of the Slave, Enemy of Emancipation Indiana Quakers and the Abolition Question, 1826-1857

My research paper, Friend of the Slave, Enemy of Emancipation Indiana Quakers and the Abolition Question, 1826-1857, was the first-place winner of the 2015 Peggy Seigel Writing...

Indianapolis Monthly

Twenty Things To-Do for 20-Somethings in Indy

Leader of the editing team for this Indianapolis Monthly intern project. Presented the final project to Jeff Smulyan, CEO of Emmis Communications.


Indianapolis Monthly

Street Savvy: Irvington - Indianapolis Monthly

*Originally a print spread in the October 2015 issue* If you're into festivities, eclectic and upscale shopping, and plenty of comfort food, visit Irvington for all your...

Indianapolis Monthly

10 Things to Expect from Spark: Monument Circle - Indianapolis Monthly

Ever stepped onto Monument Circle and thought, "If only there were more seating, more culture, more art"? Don't worry; we have too ( Debbie Paul - Full Circle and 10 Big Ideas...

Indianapolis Monthly

Lunch: Meals on Wheels - Indianapolis Monthly

Five mobile restaurants worth tracking down during your break. Price Point: $8-$11 Must Order: The grilled cheese smothered with short ribs, caramelized onions, and arugula...

The DePauw

OPINION: Why women can't be President

The United States has never had a female president. Neither has DePauw. And as I researched the past few weeks to try and figure out if the lack of women in these powerful...

The DePauw

OPINION: If not now, when? If not here, where?

Last Saturday, Emma Watson stood in front of the UN and began to speak. What she said started a conversation around the world: Men are a part of gender equality too. Watson...