Communications Strategist - Writer, Editor, Creative Wordsmith
Every company, organization, and individual has a motivation – a thought that comes into being, waiting for the moment to be expressed into actions and words. Often, thoughts linger on the verge of development due to the inability to partially or entirely transform them into literature; or the hesitation that doing so will deviate from the powerful essence of a thought that could ‘become’.
Benefit from a communications strategist who will collaborate with you – from a writer, editor, and creative wordsmith perspective – to create original content as well as interpret your ideas, concepts, and literary works. Your existing communications will also be developed and enhanced to exceed your objectives and goals. We will work together to identify areas for improvement while outlining a strategy for change, and exploring innovative possibilities.
Ours is a potential collaboration towards successfully creating, developing, and achieving your communication goals.
I offer clarification through consultation and compose to establish literary flow. I am a wordsmith architect whose expertise is complemented by 20+ years of collaborating with companies from multiple sectors, corporate-level executives, entrepreneurs, and others. My sought-after consultation is also a reflection of my inherent ability to ‘engage’ by accessing the feeling of what you are trying to communicate.
My collaborations have included:
Entrepreneurs - establishing clear communication of their ideas
Corporations - helping to develop written strategies
Websites - in search of quality content
Book authors - requiring a keen eye for creative and emotional infusion
Book publishers - editing and proofreading for continuity
Business startups - developing the foundation of their identity
Marketing companies - for perspective to improving and expanding their message
Translations companies - quality English writing across multiple industries
The mom - seeking to express the depth of her sentimentality
The student - fulfilling his/her written university requirements
The executive - requiring beneficial insight and organization
These collaborations, and more, are supported by an ongoing recognition of achievements and acknowledgements:
"You get me."
"You exceeded my expectations."
"You knew exactly what I wanted to say."
"You understood the objective from my perspective."
"Your ability to evaluate, communicate, and deliver is extraordinary."