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Freelance marcom writer in Worcester

Location:Worcester, MA, United States (From home)

Education level: College/University
Education field: Communication and journalism
Years of experience: more than 5
Rate: varies depending on
Attributes that best describes:
Team player
Strong analytical skills

I have been a freelance marketing communications writer for 30 years. I have also served as senior writer and account specialist for an advertising and public relations firm that specialized in technology accounts, and the marketing communications manager for a manufacturer of high quality products for the home improvement market. In addition, I was a public relations coordinator for the $4-billion-asset State Mutual Life Assurance Company (now part of The Hanover Insurance) where I worked to promote Group Insurance operations and serve as an advisor to senior management.

Early in my career, I was a staff writer for Northeastern University's government relations office. We served as the liaison between the University and local, state, and federal governments. Northeastern is the world's largest private university based on the cooperative education model. Prior to Northeastern, I was a general assignment reporter for two daily newspapers as part of the N.U. co-op program. I studied journalism at Northeastern University and hold a B.A. in English from George Mason U., Fairfax, Va.. I have also done MBA course work at Nichols College, Dudley, Mass.

My clients have included Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sitecore, FM Global (#557 on Fortune 1000), FM Approvals, Mutual Boiler Re, Splunk, Clarizen, Advanced Concrete Technologies, HawkeyePedershaab, Automacad, Freudenberg IT, Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Informatica, Quantum (co-authored Quantum DLT University Handbook), Zeeo Interactive, AFC Cable Systems, Digital Equipment Corp., Unisys, Data General, Natural MicroSystems, and many others.

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