Leigh has written extensively on a range of topics for both B2B and B2C audiences. Specialties of Leigh's include blog posts and informative articles (with or without a call to action), along with promotional pieces and balanced ("newsy") style content. She is highly skilled at weaving current trends, studies, and events into any type of content. She loves to research the latest news in the careers, tech and business sectors. She has a high interest in the societal effects of technology and how it has touched all facets of life.
Leigh loves to take photos, especially in her local surroundings. With her high interest in history, living in the D.C. area provides many opportunities to explore with her camera. She is also an active blogger.
Having returned to community college as an adult to finish her associate's degree, Leigh immediately took this degree and transferred to a 4-year program at Empire where she could continue her education, putting a focus on business, management, and technology.
After completing her degree at Empire State College, Leigh took a six-month break and then jumped right back into learning. She graduated from Keller with an MBA with a concentration in Information Security.
Leigh earned an Associate's Degree in Liberal Arts/Social Sciences, however, many of her electives were business and technology courses. As a result, she also pursued a one-year Help Desk Certificate from Westchester Community College after graduation.
Careers is a topic Leigh enjoys researching and writing about for both recruiter/hiring manager and job seeker audiences. She has written on an assortment of topics, including job search, interviews, resumes, office conflicts, job market trends, job-hopping, measuring your online reputation, cover and resignation letters, along with dozens of other career-related topics. Other subjects she has covered include different types of career opportunities (and the education needed to get there) and generational working preferences.
Data breaches, B2B, marketing, social media, branding, content marketing, cybersecurity, finance, organizational behavior, outsourcing, human resources, and strategic tech are just a handful of the topics Leigh has covered in her business writing. Most of her articles have been ghost-written for companies and thousands of others have been hosted on various content sites and blogs.
Legal topics Leigh has written about are mostly related to personal injury, medical malpractice, accidents, and family law. She has also written some criminal law content.
Topics researched and written include motorcycle and auto accidents, traumatic brain injury, divorce, COVID-19, immigration, railroad accidents, DUI, foreclosures, traffic infractions, debt settlement, mesothelioma, and bail bonds. She's also written general attorney pages, blog posts, and much more. Her experience includes writing for independent attorney websites and for prominent referral legal websites on the web. Many of her clients request her to weave specific keywords to increase SEO value which she has become skilled at. She has also written about the federal and state laws associated with different legal issues.
Leigh's portfolio includes topics relating to office equipment, office technology (i.e. multi-function printers), remote offices, smart offices, and office design. In addition to writing about topics relating to offices, her personal work experience includes working in an office environment performing routine administrative tasks, along with several other workflow processes.
Staffing is one of Leigh's favorite niches. From B2B advice to writing job descriptions to just about any topic hiring managers or recruiters would be interested in, she has written hundreds (or more!) of articles over the years that relate to all things staffing.
Leigh has written hundreds of articles on various travel topics for clients (primarily US-based). Much of her other experience in travel has been written for her blog and published on various content websites. She has taken many travel-related photos in her home region of Washington D.C., along with other places she has visited and enjoys sharing these with her written experiences.
Leigh has written for many companies covering topics that relate to search marketing. including but not limited to content marketing, SEO, and social media. In a prior capacity, she worked heavily with keywords/phrases and optimizing content. These days she prefers to write about search marketing topics, but is always happy to try to integrate keywords and other strategies in the content she writes.
Leigh has written and ghostwritten numerous articles relating to finance, including identify theft, credit theft, credit cards, buying a home, various fraud topics (business and consumer), ATM skimming, reducing debt, credit scores, retirement, 401(k), and other miscellaneous topics related to personal finance. Leigh has also worked on long-term projects where she fact-checked articles related to credit cards and banking, including one for a prominent credit website. She also manages a personal finance blog where she writes about topics related to money.
Over the years Leigh has studied and researched many aspects of marketing as it's a topic she enjoys following and/or learning the latest trends. Her marketing writing experience ranges from content marketing to social media to tradeshows and much in between.
In her writing, Leigh has covered several aspects of real estate and related topics targeted to both homeowner and homebuyer audiences. She's also written pieces geared towards real estate professionals, along with topics of interest they can distribute to their clients. In a year-long assignment, she had ghostwritten articles about retirement communities for a property management company and topics that would be of interest to this audience.
To date, Leigh has ghostwritten several articles about home security, real estate, and HVAC, along with other informative articles related to home living on miscellaneous topics (i.e. choosing carpet, doing renovations, green living, etc.)
Leigh enjoys writing about higher education subjects. Between her own college experiences as an adult student and her professional background of working in a community college, she has used her acquired knowledge along with supplemental research to cover numerous topics which include college accreditation, MBA degrees, online schools, scholarships, STEM, IT degrees, liberal arts and gen ed, college majors and the FAFSA process. Her work has appeared on college websites, in educational magazines, and in promotional emails.
Leigh has ghostwritten several health-related pieces for medical websites (i.e. urgent care) and for companies that provide special needs services. She also has written numerous articles about traumatic brain injury. As a caretaker, she has first-hand knowledge of the challenges and milestones people with head injuries experience. Her portfolio includes articles written about autism, health news (i.e. studies) and trending topics which were written for clients or hosted on various websites.
Leigh has recently been ghostwriting content relating to green living, primarily from a real estate perspective (i.e. adding green components to increase the value and appeal of a home). She's also written for a company that specializes in financing big-ticket green items.
Previously has supplied content for a content marketing company for their company blog. Additionally, Leigh has ghostwritten hundreds of blog posts for various other types of industries, including but not limited to, legal, staffing, content marketing, B2B, travel and health.
Leigh has written hundreds of informative articles for various clients and agencies. She loves to do research and likes to include statistics, fun facts or other details in her articles to enhance the value of the information she's presenting.
Leigh has written web page content for companies of various industries, including legal, tech, home living and staffing, to name a few.