I am a New Hampshire freelance writer specializing in content that sells, bringing together sales, journalism, and in-house copywriting experience to help businesses and independent professionals share their story. I create thought-provoking case studies, reports, and articles that get attention. I love helping my clients get their message out quickly and professionally.
I began my professional writing career as part of a sales and marketing team for a large biometric software company. I was fortunate in this role to learn about the content and marketing material creation process from start to finish; Working closely with our in-house graphic designer and sales team, I edited and created marketing one-sheets, product guides, white papers and other marketing materials used to promote the company's innovative products. I had the opportunity to learn about technical writing, creating detailed, easy-to-use end user manuals for customs agents implementing a large-scale enrollment platform.
I continued my career as a freelance writer in 2012, writing for a variety of great clients in real estate, finance, law, and small business, and several high-volume, popular sites such as The Penny Hoarder and Scary Mommy. I've also had the privilege to serve as developmental editor for two books in the non-fiction, self-help space for two amazing clients.
In 2016, I was invited to become a staff writer for The Town Crier, a thriving small-town newspaper, covering local events and government for two communities. That position soon led to a News Editor role within the company. Once again, I was pleased to get insight into the print journalism industry, giving me a balanced perspective on the importance of local media and great, informative writing in improving customer reach.
With this diverse experience, I provide freelance writing for diverse clients, with a focus on excellent service, comprehensive research, and exemplary results. I love the development process, and enjoy helping clients explore new ways to market their business.
When not at my computer, I can usually be found baking something sinful, acting as resident barista, or knitting something warm for those long New Hampshire winters. I'm supported in all these endeavors by my incredible husband Eddie, our school-aged triplets, and a cast of several well-loved, lazy house pets.
I graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in English from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Go Huskies!