Words Matter

fountain pen and notebookWords matter . . . a lot. Small details can mean the difference between sense and nonsense. The language you use can give you a great reputation or one that leaves doubt among your audience.

If you have something to express, why not say it right?

Shine a spotlight on noteworthy ideas with professionally written and edited content.

If you have a project that requires writing and editing expertise, feel free to contact me.


Products I have written and edited for clients include . . .

writing and editing services
  • Advertisements
  • Blog posts with SEO
  • Business proposals
  • Cover letters
  • Email marketing letters
  • Grant applications
  • Infographics
  • Pamphlets and brochures
  • Press releases
  • Resumes
  • Social media posts
  • Teacher’s guides
  • Technical briefs
  • Technical proposals
  • Webinar summaries
  • Website copy with SEO
  • White papers
  • And more . . .



I have served as writer and editor for . . .

The White HouseRowland Reading FoundationQuality Information PartnersBlittzed! MediaJust NeighborsBare InternationalRenaissance LearningEpic Systems CorporationTaproot FoundationU.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services

Writing Samples

Here are some writing samples:

Just Neighbors Website

Just Neighbors is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving and supporting the immigrant community of northern Virginia. Its mission is to provide immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees of all faiths and nationalities, especially those who are most vulnerable.
Press Release

This press release announced that a popular restaurant signed a lease to occupy a more prominent location in the Kentlands, a new urban community located in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Webinar Summary

Confidentiality Issues summarizes a webinar sponsored by Early Learning Challenge Technical Assistance (ELC TA), a federal program that supports Race to the Top grantees. The document describes with whom, and in which circumstances, data about young children may be shared under the federal privacy laws FERPA and HIPAA. It also cites other considerations surrounding data privacy in early childhood education.
Teacher's Guide

Write It Right is a second-grade teacher’s guide. The guide is eight units long and provides lessons for one school year. It helps second graders learn to write fiction and nonfiction. Published by the Rowland Reading Foundation, the guide is used in schools across the U.S. as part of the Superkids Reading Program. These sample pages are from unit 5, during which children learn to write personal stories.