As a teacher (with a PhD in mass communications), writer, and mentor, I have empathized with anyone who has taken on the challenge of a writing project, small or large. Completing the process of transforming your idea, hypothesis, or question – a diamond in the rough, so to speak – into a first class book, paper, essay, thesis, or dissertation is an immensely satisfying achievement. As your advisor and advocate, I am ready and willing to assist you in meeting that challenge.
I am a Salt Lake City local resident in downtown with substantial teaching and research experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels for several major schools. I have worked extensively in public relations for a variety of organizations including a major metropolitan university, college of osteopathic medicine, and community college. My research interests cover a broad range – from music criticism and journalism history to the practical application of public relations theories and principles in client based campaign development and to the messaging and positioning of media coverage for major policy issues.
As a public relations teacher and counselor, I always have told my students (and clients) that, despite the tremendous variety of public relations activities available in the 21st Century, the success of public relations still links ultimately to the power and the beauty of the written word. Certainly, revision (or editing) is essential to making a meaningful, effective experience in the development of a good, sensitive writer especially for the purpose of clarity and concision.
I also take pride in being responsive, prompt, and accommodating so I can serve your needs best for completing a successful project. To help decide which level of service would be best for you, please contact me.
My schedule is flexible and I do accept rush jobs as well.
Editor, Writer and Researcher Salt Lake City, UT