Award-winning editor, proofreader, and writer offering value & quality
Do you yearn to have quality written content without breaking your budget?
Are you sick of so-called editors who merely use spell check and do not catch those errors only a literate human eye will catch?
Do you want your work improved upon without losing your unique voice as a writer?
Are you looking to deal with a native English speaker who is not only a great editor and writer and meets deadlines, but also does not outsource? An editor who has worked for some of the best companies in the world including Harvard University and Columbia Pictures? Someone who has been trusted enough by her superiors to interview President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton?
Then you have found the answer to your problems...
I'm Stephanie Mojica, a highly experienced editor and writer who will maximize the value of your article, blog, newsletter, book, or other written project for your intended audience.
As a published writer, I have more than 6,000 credits, including USAToday.com and the print edition of "The Philadelphia Inquirer."
Past companies for which I've worked, interned, or freelanced include the following:
The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.)
The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, Va.)
Newport News (Va.) Habitat for Humanity
Cambridge (Mass.) Healthtech Associates
Massachusetts General Hospital
Louisville (Ky.) Magazine
Campus Safety Journal
My resume and cover letter writing services have helped former clients obtain jobs, internships, or freelance positions at companies such as USA Today and Marriott.
I pride myself on creating high-quality work.
In January 2014, I received an honorable mention for "Best Investigative Story or Series" in the Kentucky Press Association 2013 Excellence in Kentucky Newspapers contest for my work with the daily print newspaper "The Advocate-Messenger."
The contest judges wrote: "Well written article. Good reporting."
In August 2012, I received an honorable mention for "Best Watchdog Report" in the Schurz Communications Inc. contest for my work with the daily print newspaper "The Advocate-Messenger."
Judge James Janega from Chicago Tribune wrote: “Mojica’s good beat reporting tracked a public feud between a mayor and fired city manager to inefficient expenses out of Danville’s city hall as they sought a new city manager, to an apparent violation of the state’s open meetings laws when they ranked prospective city managers behind closed doors.”
I also won a 3rd place Virginia Press Association news writing award in 2001 for my work with The Virginian-Pilot.