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 16-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.
Let's not forget that Jennifer spent 10 years consulting with small and medium businesses. Using her background in human resource management and her ability to see an organization as a whole, Jennifer's skills were put to the test time and again as she helped SMB owners do the same.
Jennifer is also a licensed relator in the state of Utah.
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.
With an emphasis in speech-language pathology, I completed my bachelors degree cum laude in communicative disorders in two years, instead of the standard four.
After completing most of the coursework for a masters of science in speech-language pathology, I found myself adrift. Rather than completing a degree in something I did not enjoy, I approached the academic adviser of the newly created Masters in Human Resource Management program. She agreed to allow me to change degree programs and I completed the coursework and class-based thesis in two semesters - a feat that has never been duplicated on that campus.
In Fall 2020, Jennifer will embark on her most challenging educational endeavor yet - a second master's degree in psychology with the goal to become a school counselor. While many may view this as a midstream career shift, Jennifer prefers to view it as the realization of what she was always meant to do.
Physical and emotional health are personally important in Jennifer's life. An avid runner and mother to a Type 1 diabetic son, her experience with nutrition, physical well being, mental and emotional health, and exercise have come over the course of a decade of trial, error and research. From naturally reducing the effects of anxiety to attaining the PR in the next race, Jennifer's ability to successfully source reputable research and apply it to everyday situations has become the hallmark of her writing style.
Jennifer has experience writing blog articles and web content for plastic surgeons, chiropractors, and other health professionals. She has constructed website content detailing clinical procedures, their risks, and scholarly research to back the doctor's claims. With a strong background in research writing, there is no clinical competency that lies outside of Jennifer's scope.
From neighborhood guides to tips on hiring a real estate agent, Jennifer has continually exceeded her clients' expectations for her work within the real estate industry. Using her command of research and a congenial style, her blog posts are equal parts statistical evidence and anecdotal explanation. From "how to's" to "dos and don'ts", Jennifer offers a wealth of knowledge and quick turnaround to your project needs. Jennifer is also a licensed realtor in the state of Utah.
Jennifer's expertise in the insurance industry has come as a direct result of her experience with WriterAccess. With an in-depth knowledge of the property and casualty division, Jennifer has written about emerging technological trends and their effects on the industry at large.
With an educational background in Communicative Disorders, Psychology, and Child Development, Jennifer has a keen understanding of the educational needs of today's student. Having completed articles on childhood anxiety, learning strategies, and character development, the breadth of her knowledge is only matched by her passion for the material.
Don't let the fact that Jennifer never ran a mile before she turned 30 fool you. She loves all aspects of fitness. Drawing on a depth of human anatomy and physiology knowledge, Jennifer believes more fitness content should be based in science, rather than anecdotal evidence.
Jennifer's academic career was laden with child development, psychology, and language acquisition courses. She has been able to utilize this knowledge as a mother of four young children as well as in her writing. Capitalizing on her vast parenting experience and her academic background, Jennifer has the ability to captivate audiences with her conversational style and statistically sound research.
From training guides to policy manuals, Jennifer H has completed numerous projects for universities, hospitals, small businesses and doctors offices on both a contract and employment basis. She has not only provided high quality products to her clients, but has also maintained relationships that have allowed her to serve as a human resource adviser.
Jennifer comes from a family of feeders. Born with a cookbook in one hand and an intuitive gift for flavors and methods, she has come to appreciate not only the art of cooking but the science behind it. From ghostwriting cookbooks to creating instructional manuals for appliances to crafting comprehensive guides to Barbecue, there is not an avenue in the food industry that Jennifer has not explored.
Parlaying her familiarity with the world of medicine into content about and directed to those in the bio/pharm industry has been a natural transition. Known for taking particularly dry content and making it engaging and readable to both the average reader and industry insiders, Jennifer has become the go-to writer for several small pharmaceutical companies.
After finishing a Master's degree in Human Resource Management, Jennifer thought her career path was set. She would go to work for a large HR department in a Fortune 500 company at the end of 2000. Four months later, in the wake of the 2001 tech collapse, she was laid off and brought back as a consultant to create a career development program. Thus began her 10 year career as an HR/organizational behavior consultant.
Since then, Jennifer has helped many small and medium business owners to look at their organization as a whole rather than separate moving parts. She has helped them see ways they can leverage their talent, improve their market share and become more profitable as they set short- and long-term goals and work to achieve them.
Jennifer has recently entered the world of internet marketing. As a contractor, she is often tasked to take basic copy from contracted writers and tailor it to the needs of the company's clients. From blog posts to articles, Jennifer uses her grammatical abilities and research skills to "beef up" thin content, create compelling titles, extrapolate keywords, and create meta descriptions.
As a Human Resource professional, Jennifer understands what it takes to advance a person's career. As she embarks on a second master's degree in School Counseling, she will add to her wealth of knowledge and experience as she helps the youth of today map out their futures.
New to the world of the pet industry, Jennifer has become the exclusive writer for several pet care companies targeting dog and cat lovers around the world. From best practices in feeding, training, and safety to health care for your pet, Jennifer is able to successfully capture the hearts and minds of her readers through inventive content.
Jennifer's first blog post was on her personal site in 2009. Since then, she has honed her craft assuming the voice of the site she is writing for. She is skilled not only in conveying a personal message, but also in providing information using keywords, meta descriptions, and compelling titles.
Web page content was the first thing Jennifer ever wrote professionally. Since that fateful day, she has developed an ability to pinpoint the intended voice of her client with laser accuracy and tailor the content to fit their needs. From web pages for lawyers to heating and plumbing sites, Jennifer's strength lies in her versatility.
From personal interest pieces for online magazines to articles about calming anxious children, Jennifer's unparalleled ability to capture an audience's attention is only matched by the quality of information she is able to impart. Whether a client needs specific information conveyed in an article or paints a broad picture of the type of piece they want, Jennifer is able to communicate effectively with both the client and the intended audience.
When approached about her first book project, Jennifer hedged at the idea of that level of content. However, over the course of her career, she has successfully completed books on a myriad of subjects from "How to" guides on barbecue to career guides on allied healthcare professions. Her ability to tailor her content to the intended audience is especially useful as she has fine-tuned her ability to educate without overwhelming the intended reader.
When writing product descriptions, Jennifer has an uncanny ability to create and utilize a brand's voice across its entire line. For many clients, this means cooperatively playing around with tone and semantics until the right flow is achieved. Armed with that information, Jennifer becomes a factory, turning out product descriptions on-brand, on-tone and on-time.
Jennifer's ability to capture the marketing message of a particular company is only matched by the readability of the content she produces. From retail outlets to small pharmaceutical companies, she can match email copy not only with blog articles she produces, but also with other writers' content.
After acting in a local theater's production of "Into the Woods", Jennifer H was approached by the musical director about co-directing a musical the following year. She agreed and found herself at the helm of "The Mikado". The challenge was to bring a 130-year-old musical into 21st century without compromising the integrity of the original content. Jennifer had the opportunity to rewrite song lyrics to reflect 21st century plights, change dialogue to reflect local celebrity, and stage a production that was not only relevant but accessible to the general public. "The Mikado" was so well-received, she was invited back to direct a piece the following year.