Do you really need graduate degrees to be a writer? Of course not. But what if you need a writer who has professional training in composing concise and logically written materials? One who can write at all levels and explain complex and difficult concepts using basic terms. What about a writer who can meet deadlines, master subjects in a short amount of time, work without (or with limited) supervision? Those skills are learned and sharpened in graduate school — and in my case completing graduate degrees in Political Science and American Civilization.
What kind of writing do I specialize in? I create advertising copy, write for websites, design social media campaigns, and manage marketing campaigns for media clients. Moreover, I’ve led teams through difficult problem-solving tasks as a teacher in Political Theory, U.S. History, and American Politics at various times between 2000-2015. In 2017, I applied analytic and research skills to a paper published in an academic journal — centering on protest movements and political stability at universities in the 1960s.
What I can do for you:
- Advertising copy
- Video scripts for long-form or viral video
- Writing projects requiring deep research and analysis