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And yes, I do get a kick out of the fact that my initials are sequential letters in the English alphabet. I’m a freelancer who wears many hats, currently based out of Dover Plains, NY. I was born and raised in the Sonoran Desert and will forever be awed by a landscape full of cacti. A glutton for punishment, I enjoy struggling through crossword puzzles and fighting to keep my houseplants alive.

My career, so far, has been varied. I've held management roles in start-ups, in established LLCs, and in 501(c)3s. I've worked both remotely and in offices, and as a member of both intimate and large teams. This has molded me into a chameleon—I'm creative, adaptable, and unflappable. As a writer, I've outlined and edited course materials for both 3rd Ward (featured here in the NYT) and General Assembly, drafted and revised weekly newsletters and grant proposals for the Wassaic Project (also featured in the Times), originated and distributed SOPs and RFPs for Harlem Valley Homestead, and crafted and honed copy for organizations spanning the gamut from my own humble LLC (5 Harts Rd) to a Fortune 500 (Verizon). Over the past two years, I've focused on expanding my copywriting expertise and am excited to continue. Full-steam ahead!

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