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Thank you for visiting my writing portfolio and taking the time to learn more about me.
I am a writer, editor and blogger with 5+ years of experience and a degree in Journalism from San Jose State University.
Throughout my career, I have focused on several styles of writing, including lifestyle, entertainment, DIYs, travel, breaking news and people profiles. I have had the pleasure of running a company blog—managing all of the blog's creative content—and have also written and edited copy for videos, emails, products, homepages, lookbooks, product descriptions, SEO, newspapers, magazines, social media pages and other marketing initiatives.
Currently, I am a graduate student at Western Governors University, working toward my master's in educational studies—with hopes of using the degree to help with future projects involving heavy research and data analysis. Aside from working as a writer and editor, I also work as a substitute teacher part-time and am currently completing an internship with The Walt Disney Company.
It is my ultimate goal to continue working with content, whether it be writing, editing, publishing, or curriculum-development.
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Blogging | Bar Carts
Blogging | DIY Projects
Blogging | Holidays
Blogging | Packaging
Blogging | Plants
Blogging | Recipes & Round-Ups—Food & Drinks
Blogging | Tablescapes
Long-form Articles | Wedding and Baby Shower
Education | Award Winning Papers & Published Articles
"Suggestions and reflections were thoroughly detailed and were relevant to the needs of culturally diverse and exceptional learners. Resources and teaching strategies, such as the use of materials to support kinesthetic, auditory, and visual learners, and effective collaborative learning techniques, were insightfully described. The responses provide strong evidence of preparedness to meet diverse and exceptional learners' needs in creative and helpful ways."—WGU Evaluation Faculty
This article covers how handwriting in the classroom has slowly started to fade, and technology has trickled in. What's changing and how will it effect our students?
“An exemplary science submission is presented where fourth-grade students learn about how animals receive information through their senses. The hands-on activity allows students to utilize their five senses to navigate the content and learning objective competently. Thank you for taking the time to create this very compelling submission!”—WGU Evaluation Faculty