Jennifer H's love affair with writing began on her sixth birthday when she received her first journal. She loved the feeling of putting pen to paper and seeing what would come out. As she grew older and experienced more teen angst, writing became a way to express what she was feeling that did not involve typical risk-taking behaviors of that age.
Fast forward to high school when she discovered the beautiful symmetry of a five-paragraph essay. Jennifer loved being able to take her jumbled persuasions and put them in a form that rewarded her with "A" after "A". More importantly, she found comfort in sitting at a computer with stacks of research and emerging with beautiful, crisp, white and black pages, full of documented analysis.
In college, Jennifer was tasked with clinical reports from her work in a speech and hearing clinic. The format was strict, the language was sterile, but she still enjoyed sitting down to present her findings in the written word. Even after she entered the world of human resource management, writing training guidelines, procedure manuals, and marketing materials was the fun part of any job.
Which brings her to today. Jennifer began editing copy for an internet marketing firm six months ago and is constantly shocked at what is considered, "good content". It takes her nearly as much time to clean up grammatical mistakes, awkward language, and strange punctuation than it would to write the copy herself. She is an excellent writer who can produce well-researched copy quickly. She is an untapped asset to your group and is excited to get started.
Jennifer's specialty includes medical informational writing for doctors and patients alike. Her working knowledge of human anatomy, medical terminology, and basic pharmacology allow her to create intelligent materials while "translating" medical terms for the lay person.
Jennifer also specializes in military terminology and military structure. As a 15-year Army spouse and Family Readiness Volunteer, Jennifer has had the opportunity to write and deliver briefs for high ranking officials on issues facing soldiers' families. She has also composed newsletters, emails, and training materials for spouses and parents of soldiers informing them of military benefits and programs.
Lest you think this woman is a one-trick pony, Jennifer's interests extend to theater, music and art. She has acted in and directed community theater productions, sung with civic choirs, and accompanied more groups than she can count.
As the parent of a diabetic child and the spouse of a soldier, Jennifer has taken advantage of every opportunity to become a subject matter expert in all things related to the department of defense, the human body, and basic medical practices. She may not be a doctor or a soldier, but she can sure play a convincing one on TV.
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