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About Me

I am a passionate writer who targets readers’ interests to increase audience engagement and subscription sales by proactively identifying and pitching story ideas in line with publication branding guidelines. I’m not afraid to tackle tough topics, and am enthusiastic about learning, with an affinity for research. In fact, I have a proven aptitude for taking complex topics and turning them into easily-digestible narratives, all with a solid commitment to accuracy and editorial style. I have consistently delivered large amounts of high-quality content on time and on budget.

My success is driven by my ability to make lasting and fruitful relationships to foster dynamic development of content. People like me, and like to work with me. I have a high EQ, easily build trust and confidence, and am effective collaborating across cross-functional teams. I am a self-starter who requires little supervision. As an editor, my success lies in my aptitude to quickly and thoroughly evaluate content for mechanics and contextual errors. In editorial team development and teaching, my success relies on the ability to be direct but pleasant with clients and emerging writers, empowering them to become better writers. I am someone who will bring an optimistic energy, forward-thinking attitude and progressive mindset to any team.

I have been fortunate enough to write for a wide variety of publications on a wide variety of topics including business, municipal government, community news, education, profiles, marketing materials, public relations materials, hard news, human interest stories, breaking news, magazine features, and more. I have proofread and copy edited for community newspapers, trade journals, magazines, and novels. The accomplishment I’m proudest of is winning a New England Newspaper and Press Association Special Award.

Industries I Write About


Law & Politics

My Writing Samples

How to Say ‘No’ at Work Without Risking Rebuke

Most people are feeling stressed and overworked in their careers, even if they love what they do. One way to tackle this issue is through effective time management techniques, and one of those techniques is to create boundaries at work. Sometimes, that means saying no to co-workers, clients, and even your boss.


Business-based stories

Burke leads growth at Fallon Health (front) Fletcher's newest quest (A6) Habitat booms with move, new retail storefront (A6) Delta to join American (A12) IPG in Oxford to begin $215 million expansion (A13) Colleges, businesses collaborate to fill gaps (B1) BCI, Assumption College form new partnership (B1) Manufacturing gains new crop of graduates (B3) JobsFund connects companies with workers (B4)


Community turns out to help heat homes

NORTH BROOKFIELD - Despite the pouring rain and raw temperatures, nearly 150 people turned out to the 12th annual NB Hearts for Heat Spaghetti Dinner held Jan. 25 at the North Brookfield Elementary School cafeteria.




Create curriculum, provide instruction, and grade assignments for English Composition and Intro to Journalism courses for homeschooled high school students.

Company: Cable Creek

I worked there from 9/2019 until now


• Produced 10-12 feature stories and briefs per week with two photo spreads a month related to school, community and local municipality areas. • Established and maintained relationships with various sources to pursue news leads. Regularly pitched ideas for series to editors. • Served as interim managing editor for all 14 newspapers, with a total circulation of 100,000. • Provided training to 25 reporters and editors. Facilitated brainstorming workshops with editors and management.

Company: Turley Publications

I worked there from 1/2008 until 9/2017

Managing Editor

• Served as a liaison between the publication and the community to generate story leads while creating loyalty among readers. Worked closely with other management staff members on growing and developing the publication, its messaging and its readership. • Managed the beats of 35 freelance writers. Responsible for growing staff as needed. Provided training on a variety of topics and skills to reporters and editors. • Attended to all editorial aspects of newspaper production.

Company: Community Advocate Newspaper

I worked there from 4/2003 until 11/2006

Freelance Writer

• Producing a variety of news-based articles for a variety of clients including Turley Publications, Kane is Able Media, Worcester Business Journal, Providence Business Journal, etc.

Company: Various Companies

I worked there from 9/2019 until now

Content I Write