- Freelance WriterWriter, 1999 - presentI'm a "doer." Here are some things I've recently done for others. I can do the same for you. * Engaged WebMD website users by providing expert responses to health queries via the WebMD Answers tool * Helped successfully launch Cision's Seek or Shout social media community for journalists, bloggers and brands by acting as an ambassador/community manager * Contributed to the launch of a major new PBS web initiative, NextAvenue.org, by reporting health news of interest to Baby Boomers * Entertained and informed HistoryChannel.com readers with articles on interesting and obscure historical topics * Helped one retail client achieve 15% year-over-year growth in sales with expert SEO writing, ghost blogging and social media management * Educated consumers with expertly sourced fact sheets on various medical conditions for the National Institutes of Health * Authored a case study on medical technology innovation that may be contending for an award later this year If you're looking for effective, friendly community management, social media expertise, great reporting or customer engagement, give me a call today.
- History.comRecurring contributor, 2012 - 2013Entertain and inform readers with articles on interesting and obscure historical topics, such as "Discontinued Olympic Sports."
- WebMD.comContributing expert, 2012 - 2013
- NextAvenue.orgRecurring contributor, 2012 - 2013
- Cision ABBrand ambassador, 2012 - 2012
- ABQ Health Partners Plastic SurgeryRN, 2009 - 2012
Hats my specialty: writer, speaker, author, family caregiver, RN, wife, daughter, sister, feeder of finicky pets.
I produce articles, blog posts, scripts, presentations and more. If it involves writing, I’ve probably done it.
I not only am a nurse; I played one on TV.
- University of New MexicoNursing
- University of New MexicoCreative Writing
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