Freelance writer Betsy studied journalism at Loyola University of New Orleans and received a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in Creative Writing from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. She has had poetry, short stories and essays published in West Liberty University's Ampersand, Loyola's Red Beans & Rice and Southeastern's The Pick, and she has been a finalist in several nationwide poetry contests. She was a staff writer on both the Loyola Maroon and Southeastern's Lion's Roar. She currently is under exclusive contract with a California-based company, providing copy for websites and all business-related articles and press releases. During her undergraduate years, she was a member in good standing with the Society of Collegiate Journalists. Additionally, she has a background in the medical and legal fields and is an animal rights activist in her spare time. She hopes to develop a loyal client base through her freelance efforts and looks forward to writing engaging and original copy that covers a wide variety of topics and fields of research.
Betsy specializes in legal and real estate blogs, medical features and content marketing of all kinds. She currently writes and edits legal blogs for law firms all over the United States and Canada. She also blogs about animal rescue, Louisiana culture and traditions and politics.
Betsy is a voracious reader with an extensive vocabulary that often stymies her Words With Friends opponents. She is an animal activist who advocates to get abandoned pets out of shelters and into loving homes. Her interests include the sciences, politics, travel and astrology. She has also been an active tarot reader for more than 30 years.
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