Nice to meet you.
I suppose this is where you get the nutshell version of me. Most relevant details you should know: I started my college career as an English major. That lasted until I had to take a course on “Major British Writers Before 1800.” Somewhere between Beowulf and Othello, I decided I might be better off pursuing a more “practical” degree.
So I shifted gears and earned my bachelor’s degree in organizational communications from the University of Kansas. (Rock Chalk.) Over the next few years, I was a corporate writer by day and a graduate student by night, earning my MBA from Washburn University in Topeka, KS.
I spent 10 years working in corporate communications before going to work for a financial services firm. I obtained my Series 6 and 63 as well as my life insurance license, and discovered I liked helping people learn how to manage their money and plan for the future.
But I missed writing. One day, light bulb: Why not combine my communications background with my financial knowledge and small business experience – and write for busy business owners? I had worked as a freelancer as a very part-time, very side hustle for years. It was a very easy pivot to full-time.
Since going full-time freelance, I’ve worked on every type of project imaginable, from magazine articles and social media posts to ad copy and website redesigns. I’ve written video scripts and drafted seminar notes. I write copy that makes complicated topics easily understood by your audience, without jargon or industry speak. As your writing partner, I help you put your best foot forward, positioning you as a knowledgeable leader in your field and engaging prospects and clients with easy-to-read content.