As an editor for Ingersoll Rand, a Fortune 500 company, I wrote technical product descriptions, science news and corporate copy. Today I write everything from press releases to scripts and annual reports for a wide variety of corporate clients. Much of my information is derived from in-depth interviews. I will do the interviews and research required to deliver a polished written product and give you an edge on your competition.
My first newsletter was written to inform nurses, therapists and other employees at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network. By keeping my finger on the pulse of events at the hospital, I was able to report the news employees needed to know. I conducted interviews in order to write human interest stories. Over the years, I have written newsletters for a government agency, a non-profit organization and an insurance company.
My first experience as a magazine editor and writer was in 1998 with Compressed Air, an applied technology magazine published by Ingersoll Rand Company. I was integrally involved with the editing, writing and design of articles that ranged from the migration of monarchs to the World Championship Punkin' Chunkin' contest. In 2000, the magazine was reborn as Ingersoll Rand World. Since then, I've begun to write for other trade and consumer publications, taking a new twist on topics of human interest, health and wellness.
Web & Technical Writing
Writing for the web is a whole different animal. Here's an example of a website I wrote from start to finish. Your customers probably don't have much time when surfing the Web. The most complex material needs to be conveyed quickly, in an even more clear and compelling way.
Who will benefit
• Small business owners
• Magazine and
• Non-profit organizations
• Hospitals and
health care providers
• Colleges and universities