Female athletes, environmental issues, conservation, B2B, humor, fitness, sustainability, fashion, clothing, gear reviews, product reviews, outdoors, sports, snowboarding, backpacking, kayaking, hiking, running, skiing, rafting, education, grants, newsletters, social media, blogging, marketing
Outdoors, environmental issues, literature, social media, adventures, statistics, research
Whitney's studies covered the broad field of sustainability studies. She researched how to empower communities to create economic and environmental health while promoting equality among its members.
Whitney has years of experience writing gear/product reviews, interviewing athletes, outdoor experiential blogs and article pertaining to environmental issues. Her work with snowbunnymag.com and rigtoflip.org reflects her capabilities but her work is not limited to what is portrayed on those sites.
Whitney worked with Snow Bunny Mag to enable women athletes to receive the media coverage they deserve. The entire magazine's efforts were focused on empowering women in adrenaline-focused sports with various information on health, beauty, fashion and fitness.
Whitney spent her college years researching and writing articles for HomeLink Magazine. The magazine focused on ways to "green" your home and the variety of ways to interact in the sustainable realm within your community. Her articles ranged from informative pieces on recycling and the local facilities to interviewing local community members that had built "tiny homes" or environmental advocates.
Whitney has written blog posts for many different realms of interest- outdoor education, environmental issues, technology, fashion, sports and more!
Whitney has created both internal and external newsletters for various companies from boutiques to technology services-based companies.
Whitney has written press releases for both for and nonprofit companies. Her work can be found on sites such as PR.net