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I am a professional writer who graduated with my Master of Arts in English (Rhetoric, Writing, and Linguistics) in May 2019. Currently, I am working part-time at a public relations firm and consulting as a marketing lead for an engineering/manufacturing organization. With five years of experience as a professional writer and editor, I have relevant skills in qualitative research, technical document design, strategic communications and nonprofit work. My most recent clips can be found on my clients' websites. Please reach out with any questions.
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The Energy Mentor Network's second graduate, Stone Mountain Technologies (SMTI), has been busy since its December 2018 graduation. Headquartered in Johnson City, SMTI is a leading developer of cost-effective, next-generation heating technologies that lead to lower energy costs, higher comfort, and lower CO2 emissions.
Have you cast your vote for the Crowd Favorite Award from the list of finalists for the LaunchTN Pitch Competition at the 36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival yet? Two Knoxville-based startups, and StoragePug , are eligible to win - so start voting today! The Crowd Favorite Award provides competing startups a chance to win $10,000 to invest in their business.
The Energy Mentor Network's first graduate, Solar Site Design, announced the launch of a next-generation platform called Loyal.Energy in Q2 of 2019. Headquartered in Nashville, Solar Site Design is a collaborative, cloud-based marketplace platform that connects sales-ready commercial and industrial solar projects to solar construction companies.
Two feature stories for one of my clients: client profile and employee profile.
What comes to mind when you think of virtual cards? Prepaid cards hanging up next to the cash register in your favorite grocery store chain? Think again. Virtual cards operate like typical debit or credit cards, yet they offer far more benefits for your small business.
Drive Electric Tennessee, a statewide electric vehicle (EV) consortium, hopes to make the Tennessee Valley a leader in EV transportation in the Southeast over the next decade. Throughout 2018, state agencies, universities, utilities, advocacy groups, electric vehicle OEMs, and other ...
As a small business owner, you are likely most familiar with small business credit cards. They allow entrepreneurs like yourself to make purchases, pay vendors, and withdraw cash with ease. Usually, you can set limits on spending, sign up for activity alerts, and only share them with certain employees.
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) released its 2019 draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) on Feb. 15, 2019. TVA is currently inviting public stakeholders for feedback on the draft through April 8, 2019. TAEBC will submit public comments for the final ...
Experiencing long-term pain and sensitivity in one or both of your knees? Struggling to get up or down stairs? Are everyday tasks becoming more difficult to accomplish because of constant pain if your knees? You're not alone: Thousands of Americans suffer from chronic knee pain just like you.
You might have great posture at work. You might have great posture at play. You might have great posture all day, but what happens to your posture after the sun goes down? We all spend about a third of our time sleeping, and for most of us nighttime is also the longest time period we ...
For centuries, teachers have wondered about how their students learn and the best ways to teach them. While pedagogical practices and learning systems have varied greatly since the rise of standardized and formal education, one question remains: how can we improve our teaching methods to best meet the learning needs and challenges of our students?
What changed for me was that, when I had finally woken up after the trauma of losing my father, I was ready to make the change happen. I was eager, hungry and willing to learn. I wanted something new, something different... However, I was very logical and reasonable.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has always been serious about urging employers to track and report workplace injuries and illnesses. However, on April 29, 2016, the agency issued a final rule aimed to keep workers safer around the country by improving current recordkeeping requirements . What should employers know about the final rule?
Social media has changed the way we obtain information and communicate with the world around us. Users log into their accounts to run their company's marketing campaigns, advocate for social activism causes, voice their opinions during the aftermath of the 2016 election cycle and even follow Tweets from the President of the United States.
The media is a multi-faceted concept in today's society. It no longer singularly represents print journalism, nor does it only call to mind 24-hour broadcast news channels. Now, media can represent both the network and the message itself, depending on how it is presented.
He was an outsider. She had decades of experience. Industry analysts and pollsters predicted a landslide Hillary Clinton win, yet Donald Trump defied all expectations and won the Electoral College. While Clinton won the popular vote by close to a million votes, just as Al Gore lost the Electoral College but narrowly won the popular vote in 2000, popular vote does not decide the outcome of the presidential election.