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I am a community builder and educator for technology's greatest leaders and innovators. As a technical writer for global tech firms, I help connect professionals with the tools and services they need.
My content speaks to professionals and consumers alike, reducing the barrier to entry that often comes along with new technology. I've authored publications and website content for clients in multiple industries, from boutique web development agencies to global cybersecurity leaders.
My workflow relies on some of the industry's most sought-after tools, including SEMRush, Buzzsumo, and Ahrefs. Successfully delivered projects include:
I've worked with DuoCircle for several years, producing high-quality web content, technical documentation, and marketing materials. DuoCircle asked me to create an ebook for its most valuable buyer persona: IT leaders at small to mid-sized firms who use hosted productivity tools like Office 365, but mistakenly believe their infrastructure needs no additional security. The ebook goes alongside high-impact blog posts that show how generic hosted productivity solutions fail to prevent phishing.
The client requested in-depth API documentation for their video hosting platform, which offers security-specific role and permissions features that major competitors (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) don't have. The final deliverable showcases my ability to identify and describe API features in developer's terms, without necessarily assuming a great deal of expertise on the reader's part.
Imperva asked me to turn some of its employees' expert webinar content into easily digestible blog posts. This article is ghostwritten in the name of the subject matter expert who delivered the webinar presentation.
I've written a few guest posts for MDR technology vendors like Exabeam. This one showcases my ability to address complex subjects using a direct, conversational writing style that appeals to enterprise security leaders.
I worked with Imperva's community manager to transform videos and interviews with subject matter experts into blog posts for the company's growing user community. This provided a foundation for those users to share their insights and improve security outcomes for their respective organizations.
I worked there from 1/2017 until 9/2019
I write educational and marketing content about the challenges IT security leaders face when addressing enterprise growth, digital transformation, and scaling SOC operations. Some of the technologies I have gained insight into include Exabeam, Anomali ThreatStream, and Palo Alto Cortex XDR.
I worked there from 9/2019 until now