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As a a B2B content marketing writer, I help brands and organizations tell their stories to their targeted audiences. I write extensively for clients in the fields of finance, insurance, healthcare, small business, meetings and events, and education.
My clients include national brands such as Humana, Staples, PODS, JP Morgan Chase, Capital One, Oracle, HCA, Acorns, HSBC Bank, BBVA Compass Bank, Protective Life, John Hancock, The Hartford, ADP, Glassdoor, Mass Mutual and many others. I also write for professional associations including Professional Convention Management Association, National Association of College and University Business Officers, American Society of Association Executives, Council for Advancement and Support of Education and others.
My work has also appeared in consumer publications including Entrepreneur, Fortune, Working Mother, CNBC.com, CNNMoney.com and others.
How a government shutdown affects business meetings and events
How the global trade war affects business meetings and events
For decades, large companies have used personality testing to make hiring, promotion, and management decisions. And with the rise of technology, such personality tests are now more accessible to small companies. By harnessing affordable, online assessments, small businesses can access data that will help them make smart decisions about job assignments, work flow, and incentive plans to achieve a more successful workforce.
No one person can do a good job handling every single aspect of a successful business—and trying to do so will just slow down your progress. That’s why business owners must learn to delegate.
When you were a child and got your hands on some cash, what did you do? Save it for a rainy day or spend it right away? It's likely your answer offers clues to how your brain is hard-wired. And your habits as a child — whether you were a spender or a saver — have probably followed you into adulthood.
Just because you've reached some milestone birthdays doesn't mean you've reached all your financial goals.
As you start building up the balance in your Individual Retirement Account, it may be tempting to tap it for things you want or need today. After all, it’s your money, and your post-work life may still be decades away. But withdrawing money from an IRA will cost you—both today and when you’re ready to retire later.
When you're ready to roll out new employee benefits, implement the changes in a way that ensures employees understand the option and how to access it.
Need a reason for vacation? Good news: Scientific evidence suggests that you and your employees will be healthier and more productive if you take some real breaks throughout the year.
Rapid turnover at the top levels of higher education administration is motivating institutions to increase their focus on succession planning, factoring in changes in demographics and workplace culture.
Handle cuts gracefully and your remaining team will respect you.
Getting approved for a mortgage is about more than just having money in the bank. Get the scoop on five surprising stumbling blocks when applying for a mortgage…so you’ll know how to avoid them.
We get it—no one wants to think about taxes in summer. But if you start your tax prep now (especially if you’re a freelancer), you’ll be in great shape come April.
* Write articles and blog posts for B2B, trade and professional publications. * Create content marketing deliverables for a variety of clients, including articles, blog posts, white papers, checklists and reports. * Partner with content marketing agencies to produce valuable content that meets the needs of their clients.
Company: The WriteShop, Inc.
I worked there from 4/2001 until now
* Served as a member of the editorial team of Convene Magazine, a national publication for professionals in the hospitality and meetings industry. * Participated in editorial planning, writing articles for the magazine, overseeing freelancers, managing the production of special supplements, collaborating with designers, and producing organizational communication products.
Company: Professional Convention Management Association
I worked there from 6/1999 until 4/2001