Travel, Education, Fiction, Academia, Small Business Development, The Developing World, Philosophy, Self Help, How-to, African American Interests, Non-profit Management
Travel, Education, Arts, History, Pop Culture,POC (People of Color), World Religion/ Philosophy, Linguistics, The Developing World, Volunteerism, Women's Literature
She enthusiastically pursued an intense primary text based exploration of western thought and was awarded honors and merit scholarships for her efforts.
Nia is a working classroom teacher and a life-long learning enthusiast. She teaches adolescents and secondary-school students. Her focus is creating pedagogies for underrepresented students and flexible curriculums for students in the developing world. Nia's Narrative Placemaking Model, which brings students and primary texts together in ways that encourage critical thought and autonomy is currently in use in various private and international schools.
Nia writes facts-driven, digestible articles for blogs and other media outlets. Generally, her work is targeted at small business owners and "startup kids" who are interested in growing their businesses and connecting with other entrepreneurs.
Nia is an experienced travel writer whose work usually appeals to solo women travellers, travellers of color, and young budget-conscious travellers. She is well versed in volunteerism and service-based travel. She has lived in and written about regions of Central America, South America, West Africa, and the North Africa.
Nia writes engaging blog post that aim to inform, engage entertain through masterful storytelling. Her personal work has been featured on multiple travel, literary, business and education blogs and she has ghost written for over a dozen major content companies.
Nia has spent most of her career as a for-hire ebook ghostwriter. She is an expert researcher and meticulous writer. She is particularly adept in a small range of diverse topics including Gardening, Romance, Self Help, English as a Second Language, and Education.
Nia writes personalized content for newsletters and direct-mailers. Most of her newsletter experience has been with schools, international nonprofits, and NGOs. Her copy is accessible, informative, motivating and personable. She is dependable and can distribute information to thousands of consumers and supporters at a time.