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Last Login 10/21/2016
Location Seattle, WA
Education Some College
Status Available
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Summary of Experience
Lisa has been writing full time since 2007 and has completed several SEO training courses. She's currently working toward a degree in Business Marketing Management and has participated in the launch of several start-up businesses. Her goal is to provide useful content that delights readers and improves the credibility of her clients. She has a talent for informing and entertaining readers.
Lisa specializes in writing engaging business-related content. Her brief foray into law school gives her the ability to turn legalese into plain english and her passion for geekery makes her a good choice for writing about the possibilities of emerging technologies. She's a quick and diverse writer who can often spew at least 400 words about anything, making her a client's favorite writer.
Lisa is interested in small business management, consumer technology, data analysis, implementations of cloud services, the changing face of commerce online, health and beauty, home and garden, gluten free cooking and parenting.
Western Governor's University Business and Technology, BA in Business Marketing Management

Lisa is currently enrolled in Western Governor's University, Washington. She is on an accelerated program and is working toward a degree in Business Marketing Management. She enjoys the coursework (especially the writing assignments). She often considers switching majors to something more computer-science related, but the current coursework aligns closely with her work history and might be a better fit.

Honors and Awards
Volunteer of the Year Lisa held two volunteer positions in the local Girl Scouts from 2003-2007. She was a troop leader in the council's largest troop, with nearly 40 girls ranging in age from kindergarten through 8th grade. With her leadership skills, she rallied the help of ten parent volunteers every week in order to keep the group organized. In addition to leading a mega-troop, she also volunteered as Service Area Event Coordinator for all of Yakima County, coordinating day camp events over school breaks, half-day events to honor World Thinking Day and other Girl Scout holidays and oversaw multi-troop participation in community events, like the United Way's annual Day of Caring and local holiday parades.

Project Management Central Washington University
Aug 2013
Lisa attended Central Washington University in Ellensburg in order to obtain a certificate in Project Management. The course was taken as a resume-builder because her previous volunteer work and restaurant industry experience all utilized the skills of a successful project manager. Because of Lisa's ultra-organized nature and natural inclination for tying up loose ends and following processes to completion, the coursework was simple and intuitive. She plans to test with PMI in order to join their association once she meets the rest of the requirements.

Projects by Industry

Lisa has written regular and seasonal menus for several local restaurants and has been involved with the writing of marketing materials, employee training manuals, business plans, quarterly and annual investor reports. In addition, she's written local guides for small innkeepers and boutique hotels designed to help visitors get acquainted with the area.


Lisa is currently working as a manager of a small boutique grocer in Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle. Since her company plans to open several new stores over the next five years, she's charged with writing marketing materials, social media posts, training manuals and operations manuals for new and current job positions.Her role also consists of replenishing inventory, managing human resources and light book-keeping. While not necessarily part of the job description she also finds herself obsessively analyzing sales data and fully admits that's just for fun. There's no useful reason to know why more Gatorade is sold between the hours of 2 and 4pm.


Lisa has designed and maintained WordPress websites for hundreds of clients since 2007. She got her start as a niche blogger and began to catch the attention of local businesses. When she saw that her skills could support her family she decided to sell a few of her blogs to local clients and begin building custom sites. At first, she mainly worked with friends and family but it quickly became more work than she could handle and she began hiring other stay-home moms to write web content for her clients. Today she has stepped back, in order to take a position that encourages her to get dressed every day and talk to people in real life but her business is still going strong.


In 1992, Lisa was attending school to become a teacher and working as a substitute for a private school in Los Angeles County. It was then that she decided to homeschool her own children and stayed close to the education industry, shopping for curriculum, writing reviews, staying active in the local homeschooling community and writing for Home Educator's Family Times, The Link Homeschooling Newspaper, Alternative Education Resource Organization and other publications. Her kids have been exposed to a wide variety of educational environments over the years and she's found writing projects throughout it all, writing for PTA newsletters, classroom fundraising letters, Volunteer handbooks and web content.

Projects by Asset Type
Blog Post

Lisa has written for several content agencies and has written for private clients. In 2011 alone, she was consistently publishing over 30 blog posts a week for her private clients and maintaining a productive working relationship with the agencies she was employed with.

Facebook Post

Lisa helped a local business woman launch her Social Media business and helped create profile pages for several local business. She also helped maintain their presence on Facebook, automating the process with the help of HootSuite and interacting with fans via contests and giveaways.

Annual Report

Before she became a full time writer, Lisa owned a small chain of pizzerias in the Pacific Northwest and helped write the annual reports for investors. Since being liberated from that industry, she has helped other small businesses create their annual reports. She enjoys compiling the data and presenting it in a useful manner, with charts and graphs and interpretive text.

Newsletter Content

Lisa spent two years volunteering as the newsletter editor for her local homeschool support group. She has also worked on contract to help a retirement home create and implement their monthly member newsletter and has contributed articles for community newsletters, charity newsletters and newsletters for other membership-based organizations. She even published 4 editions of her own 32 page newspaper, the Yakima Family Times in 2005. That was an awesome project where she learned that it's unwise for one person to work every single role in a publication.


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