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Last Login 10/27/2016
Location Raleigh, NC
Education Bachelors Degree
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Summary of Experience
Since he began working in content marketing in June 2014, Andrew has completed more than eight hundred assignments through WriterAccess and other marketing sites. He has written blog posts, articles, web pages, white papers, and grant proposals. His specialties include history, finance, healthcare, and the environment, though he is happy to learn and write about any topic at a moment's notice.

Andrew is on hiatus from content marketing, having accepted a year-long Fulbright grant to teach English in Malaysia. This job requires him to make lesson plans, teach classes, evaluate students' speaking capabilities, and coordinate English-speaking workshops and camps for the students. The grant ends on 2 November 2016; he will resume writing after that point.

Before he got into content marketing, Andrew was a staff writer for The Pilot, a community newspaper in Moore County, North Carolina. He wrote on everything from business ventures to arts festivals to environmental initiatives to political controversies. He later interned at the Institute for Commonwealth Studies, a London-based think-tank that publishes research on the history of the Commonwealth of Nations. He also worked at Mount Vernon, where he gave tours while studying and writing about the eighteenth-century anti-slavery movement in Virginia.
Andrew is skilled in academic, journalistic, and promotional writing, as well as historical and political research, Search Engine Optimization, social media marketing, and Google AdWords advertising. He is proficient in Portuguese and Spanish, literate in French, and learning to speak Malay.
Andrew enjoys reading fiction, poetry, historical research, and social science studies. His favorite literary and historical topics include Western imperialism, economics, race, and gender. He also enjoys debating, cooking, and learning languages.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Aug 2011 – Apr 2015
Modern European History; English litearture, B.A.

Andrew graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with degrees in History and English. His final GPA was 3.93. He graduated with Honors in History for his thesis on 19th-century British racial politics. He received the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, a grant of $3000, to finance research for this thesis. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

Honors and Awards
Honors in History May 2015
The Honors in History program recognizes undergraduates who conduct high-quality original research. To receive this honor, a student must propose, research, and write a historical thesis that is at least 50 pages in length. He or she must then defend the thesis before a committee of professors. Andrew's thesis, "Britons, Beasts, and Benighted Savages," explored the portrayal of race and ethnicity in 19th-century British children's literature.

Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Grant Apr 2015
The Fulbright Program encourages political, economic, and cultural cooperation between the United States and 160 other countries. To become Fulbright ETAs, candidates must demonstrate exceptional communication skills, a willingness to embrace other cultures, and past experience teaching or translating languages.

Phi Beta Kappa Member Nov 2014
As the nation's oldest and most prestigious scholastic honor organization, the Phi Beta Kappa Society recognizes excellence in all academic fields. To become members, students must study the sciences and liberal arts, maintain high grades, and display outstanding moral character throughout their studies.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) May 2014
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship is a $3,000 grant to encourage scholarly research. To receive the grant, students must write a proposal explaining what topic they intend to study, why that topic is important, and how they plan to conduct their research.

North Carolina Fellow Mar 2012
North Carolina Fellows promotes research, philosophical discussion, and academic networking. Members are chosen based on their their communication skills, their commitment to diversity, and their ability to think critically.

Google Analytics Professional Google Analytics
May 2016
Google Analytics Professionals use Google Analytics to track, organize, and interpret website traffic data. They use this data to develop new marketing strategies and enhance existing campaigns, bringing in new customers while keeping past customers engaged.

Google AdWords Professional Google AdWords
May 2016
Google AdWords Professionals have extensive knowledge of the Google AdWords online advertising system. They must know how to design effective Search and Display ads, choose relevant keywords, optimize marketing budgets and bids, and plan campaigns that advertise on multiple devices.

Projects by Industry

Andrew was a staff writer for The Pilot, a community newspaper in Moore County, North Carolina. He took photos, wrote articles, and recorded videos on a wide range of community topics, including business, politics, entertainment, and the environment. He also co-directed a public relations music video involving the entire Pilot staff.


Andrew spent three months as an intern for the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, a London-based think tank tank that publishes research on the history of the Commonwealth of Nations. His main job was to summarize the most contentious issues discussed at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings (CHOGMs) over the past forty years. His work is featured in the Commonwealth Oral History Project.


Andrew worked for Mount Vernon, the historic home of George Washington. His main job was to provide tours of Washington's gristmill and distillery to visitors. This entailed cleaning and running the gristmill so that guests could see how eighteenth-century milling worked. He also researched and wrote a study of the anti-slavery movement in 18th-century Virginia.

Projects by Asset Type

Andrew has written hundreds of articles over the course of his career, covering everything from finance to wildlife to medicine to trade school trade-offs. He prides himself on his ability to quickly research information and synthesize it in a way that any reader can understand. In less than an hour, he can write an engaging, detailed, carefully fact-checked article about a subject of which he had no prior knowledge.

Blog Post

Andrew has written blog posts about car maintenance, cosmetics, business management, dining, and a myriad of other topics. He uses this format to communicate casually with readers, providing them with information without making them feel ignorant. He is thus able to gain readers' trust, gradually winning them over to the cause or position he is blogging about.

Web Page

When writing web pages, Andrew is careful to balance aesthetic appeal with depth and breadth of information. Through careful use of transitions, turns of phrase, and references to popular, related issues, he gives readers massive amounts of information without boring or tiring them. He has written pages for law firms, home improvement companies, dentists, cable directories, retail outlets, and trucking companies.

Projects By Expertise
Research Writer

While at university, Andrew received a $3,000 grant to research and write about racial attitudes in 19th-century British children's literature. The final product, a 90-page thesis entitled "Britons, Beasts, and Benighted Savages," earned him the right to graduate With Honors from his university's history department. Besides this thesis, Andrew has also written a chapter on the colonization of the Americas for a history textbook, an in-depth evaluation of the Nigerian education system's strengths and weaknesses, multiple profiles on Venezuelan entrepreneur Saul Lustgarten, and synthesis papers on hearing loss, cognitive decline, and hearing aid funding.


Andrew's strength as a copywriter comes from his ability to rapidly find, synthesize, and interpret information on any subject. Even if he has no prior knowledge on a topic, he can quickly educate himself and begin writing. He can break down complex concepts into descriptions that are easy to understand, introducing his readers to new topics in an entertaining, accessible manner.


As a staff writer for The Pilot, Andrew reported regularly on economic, cultural, and political developments in Moore County, North Carolina. His stories included a profile of the pottery industry on historic NC Highway 705, a description of police-community relations in the town of Southern Pines, and a report on an attempted boycott of Chick-fil-A. Besides writing stories, Andrew also recorded and edited videos of local events.


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