"History of..." articles; Internet research
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Chris received her B.A. in English at Arizona State University in 2002.
Chris spent over 20 years working as both a legal assistant and a paralegal in Arizona. Drawing on that experience, she has written articles on the statute of limitations, strange will bequests, bankruptcy, and default judgments. In addition, she developed forms and guidelines for the word processing department of a mid-sized Pre-Paid Legal firm.
Chris wrote the text for a "Software and Legal Applications" class that she taught at a private college. In addition, Chris prepared marketing brochures, graduation programs, student and employee handbooks, and newsletters.
Chris has written handbooks for several types of organizations, including theatrical groups and a private college. In addition, she spearheaded the efforts of an Inc. 5000 company to become ISO-certified by developing work instructions, forms, and standards in accordance with ISO guidelines.
Chris has written many articles on a variety of subjects, running the gamut from concealed carry gun laws to how lab-created sapphires are formed. Her favorite subjects are "history of..." articles, and she enjoys performing Internet research to find the facts necessary to create a well-crafted article.
Chris has provided newsletter content to various corporate and non-profit entities, including trivia, health and wellness topics, grammar tips, brain teasers, company policy reminders, new staff member bios, and even an April Fools' Day prank.