Natasha's specialties include Healthcare, politics, social issues, public policy, SEO writing and opinion and editorial writing.
Natasha's main interests are politics and healthcare, however she is a versatile writer who has written pieces which cover a wide range of topics.
Natasha has a solid background in the healthcare industry. Her nursing background gives her viable knowledge of how the body functions, disease processes and available treatments. Natasha has written informational articles suitable for the general public, and has also authored more technical pieces for hospital C.E.O.s and executive management teams. Natasha specialized in the fields of general and vascular surgery when she worked as a full-time nurse, and has served as the Patient Education Coordinator of her hospital's clinic system. Her main responsibility in the role of Patient Education Coordinator was to create and generate educational materials for patients on various diseases, surgical procedures, and childhood immunizations.
Natasha's interest in legal writing came as a result of her pursuit of her credentials in Legal Nurse Consulting. As a nurse, she was always exposed to a certain number of legal jargon, however Natasha had a desire to learn more about the field. She in rolled in a distance learning program at Kaplan College, and graduated with a diploma in Legal Nurse Consulting in 1997. Natasha has since used her knowledge in her work as a labor management consultant. She has also taught Medical Law and Ethics at Westwood College in Atlanta, Ga. Natasha has written well over 100 articles in various fields of law.
Natasha is a true animal lover. She is a monetary supporter of Animal Place, and she also lends her support to America's Vet Dogs. Natasha was born into a house that was occupied by three large dogs who served as her protectors and part-time babysitters. Throughout her life, Natasha has had all types of animals as pets. At one point in time Natasha shared her home with two dogs, one cat, a fish, and a gerbil. Currently Natasha shares her home with her dog Gizmo.
Natasha has a very creative spirit, and when she has down time she enjoys using her creative energy to dabble in one of her many hobbies and take on do it yourself projects. Natasha's grandmother taught her to crochet when she was nine years old. Since then Natasha has perfected her craft and she has crocheted baby blankets, hats, and scarves. Cross Stitching is also a favorite pastime of Natasha's. She has cross stitched poems, pillows, and even a bedspread. In addition to needle crafting, Natasha designs stationary, makes greeting cards, and makes crepe paper flowers. Natasha has sold a number of her projects at silent auctions, and at craft fairs.
Versatility is one of the traits that Natasha takes pride in being able to offer her clients. Because of the fact that she has a wealth of knowledge in a wide range of subjects, Natasha can write articles that relate to health and beauty, fashion, products, business and law just to name a few.
Natasha understands that a well written press release can make or break a business or a politician. Natasha believes that a press release is to inform the reader, but most importantly, a press release should be designed to motivate its readers into action. If the subject of the release is to announce a new product, Natasha believes that text should be written in a way that would compel readers to take a look at the product, think about how it could be of benefit to them, and ultimately make the decision to purchase the product.
Natasha has circulated in many political circles all over the United States and has been tapped by several elected officials to write their statements to the press and their speeches. As the Chief of Staff for a Georgia State House Representative, Natasha is charged with the responsibility of developing a communication strategy which includes talking points, and press releases in addition to writing speeches. Natasha has also been a guest speaker at conferences like the Texas Hospital Association's Annual Conference as well as civic and community events.