Luke specializes in policy documents, crisis communications and public information, and technical writing. He demonstrates these activities with skills in writing newsletters, standard operating procedures, training and educational materials, handbooks, informational reports, and research manuscripts
â€¢ Mental health
â€¢ Emergency Preparedness
â€¢ Public Health
â€¢ Graphic design
Luke Fortune completed his graduate program in one year.
Luke managed emergency preparedness planning and training for a state government. The activities included writing, editing, and designing emergency operations plans. These plans are operational documents to outline procedures, protocols, and policies. Luke engaged a collaborative approach with internal and external agencies regarding emergency preparedness and state Emergency Support Functions.
Luke has written several operating manuals and guides to outline procedures and protocols for employees. He approaches each project with analytical dissection to ensure all elements of processes are captured and written in a manner that is easily understood. Luke takes time to learn industry specific technical information to understand how to efficiently compose clear guidance.
Luke has designed, written, and edited several industry specific newsletters ranging from university program activities to governmental agency happenings. He focuses on concise and easy to read text to convey messages clearly and efficiently. He can write to encompass general audiences or tailor information for subject matter experts. He also designs and formats full newsletters.
Luke not only writes brochures, he also designs his products. Shunning templates found on some word processing or document development programs, Luke takes the time to design eye-pleasing formats to draw a readerâ€™s attention to the information a brochure provides. He can write to encompass general audiences or tailor information for subject matter experts.