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I am a passionate, thoughtful, creative, unboxed thinker with copywriting, journalism and content management expertise. I help organizations collaborate internally to offer their strongest brand statements to stakeholders, partners, and consumers.
The 30-second overview.
I have had:
—top positions at USA TODAY, Shape, SELF, and Glamour.
senior contributor at Forbes.
— bylines in Forbes, Huffington Post, Thrive Global, New York Times and Medium.
—experience developing and written copy for Salesforce, Trulia, Meredith and more.
—a book published by Penguin. I am represented by ICM in NYC.
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As a Gen-Xer. I bridge generations. I'm confident from A to Z with— Adobe, Constant Contact, Facebook, Google, Instagram, Slack, Trello, Twitter, Pocket, Wix, Wordpress, and Zoom (of course).
It's tough to reframe culture. My marketing content outperforms others by aligning brand strategy with marketing and HR goals. I'm known for:
—tripling newsletter open rates to 40% monthly
—delivering well-crafted collateral for national brands with only days to do it.
—helping influential CEO's speak positively about difficult topics as a ghostwriter
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My journalism stands out because it's lively, truthful and packed with interviews and expertise. When you need a sharp observer, a strong brand voice and a writer who truly enjoys funneling other people's ideas into one piece of clearly written copy that serves the company, that's me.
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You've got the hand-washing advice down. Now, how do you handle the hand-wringing issues-anxiety, depression and loneliness. I asked the experts I speak with regularly for their advice on managing panic, fear, anxiety and what may be the toughest for some-self-quarantine. Here are their suggestions: 1. Eliminating Anxiety?
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