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Missouri City, TX
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Your story needs to be told. Finding the right person to tell it can be a big challenge, but it doesn't have to be. LaDawn F. has been crafting stories for newspapers, magazines and the web for more than a decade. She is a super-sleuth when it comes to research and she enjoys interviewing subjects to draw out the information that matters most.

Whether you need glowing profiles, conversational blogs or even hard-hitting investigative writing, LaDawn can present your ideas in a way that engages your audience.

She will work closely with you to tell your story, your way.


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Industry Projects

  • Politics20+
  • Non Profit0

Summary of Industry Experience


LaDawn put her journalism degree to work by covering city council meetings for Houston Chronicle. Because of her interest in local politics, and her graduate work in public administration, she has a deep understanding of the issues impacting how municipalities govern. She is able to explain complex functions in a way that is easy for readers to grasp.

Non Profit

For more than 10 years, LaDawn worked as a fundraising executive for both large and small nonprofit organizations. In that role, she was responsible for crafting fundraising appeals, web and brochure copy, speeches, press releases and articles. She excels at board member cultivation and development. While she no longer works professionally as a non profit executive, she continues to volunteer in her community.

Product Projects

  • Article20+

Summary of Product Experience


LaDawn F. worked as a freelance reporter for Houston Chronicle. She reported on city council, school officials, community groups and businesses in the Fort Bend area. During this time, she proved adept at cultivating relationships with local government leaders. During her tenure, she both suggested and received story assignments designed to inform and sometimes entertain readers in the Houston area. Her work appeared in print and on the Houston Chronicle website.

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