As a former University of Oregon track athlete, my involvement with USATF is (literally) right up my lane. I edit constituent communications, athlete training manuals, coaching guides and other materials.
I wrote the Indianapolis City Guide and did the accompanying photo story for the news organization’s real estate guide.
I’ve written a number of articles for Mapquest Travel, centered around the greater Indianapolis area like where to spend every holiday from Valentine’s Day to Memorial Day; where to do yoga; where to run and more as well as these gems: University of Oregon’s Coolest Buildings, Best Places to Stop Along HWY 65, My Favorite Parts of Paris.
When McDonald’s switched from a New Zealand fish to Alaskan pollack to make their Filet-o-Fish, they created a card game to educate kids on the importance of sustainable seafood–and I got to write an article about it!
Everyone needs to eat seafood—unless they’re allergic. And the Seafood Nutrition Partnership is working tirelessly to help teach people how to prepare it, and how important it is. I was fortunate to connect with a chef in Ireland who offered kids free meals to try and them hooked on seafood. (Pun intended 😉
As the former managing editor for this local and regional food magazine, I did a lot of behind the scenes work as well as write articles on a number of topics including one I coauthored that was a finalist for the Best Social Issues article in 2017.
This magazine is no longer published, but during my tenure as their style correspondent, I covered many citywide events including fundraisers and shopping destinations.
l’ve written a number of articles in conjunction with the American Heart Association’s Wear Red campaign and more.
As a member of the blogging team, when the Indiana State Museum gets new exhibits, I generally get to attend a preview session so I can let readers know all the ins and outs of its latest and greatest offerings; here’s the piece I did on Design Zone.
As a writer and editor for the giant healthcare company I, along with others, worked to make consumer-facing communications understandable for all—for instance, instead of saying “the physician said she suffered multiple contusions to her abdomen,” say “the doctor said she had bruises on her stomach.”