I’ve helped several companies, foundations, and other clients with a variety of editorial services, including articles, op-eds, web copy, and foundation reports. I’ve also ghost-written and edited books for clients including non-profit executives, physicians, chefs, and academics. I’m skilled at structuring narratives, distilling a lot of complicated information into friendly, readable stories, and making dull prose lively.
I have experience in the realms of medical writing, women’s health, memoir, personal essay, opinion pieces, and education. I’m very efficient and try to help my clients cut through a lot of material to get to the heart of their stories. I really listen to my clients and get the pieces I write for them to reflect their voice and values. I’ve taken material I don’t understand much about–say, agile pod software theory–and by the time I absorb it, I can turn it into something fun to read. My goal is always to make whatever you’d like to publish as appealing as possible to the audience you’d like to reach. I’m also a stickler about perfect grammar and spelling, so you’ll get very clean copy from me, along with cheerful revisions.
I’m particularly interested in clients who are passionate about their projects and about the impact that what they are doing and communicating has on the world, whether in the realms of medical discoveries, global health, innovative education, healthy eating and farming, or environmental stewardship.
I’m not the gal to call for writing clickbait and lists. I work on meatier stuff.
Some of my clients include:
Global Fund for Women