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Graduated with a dual major in Journalism and History. Many extra-curricular activities including student newspaper and student yearbook. Worked full-time and also had a part-time position at a local radio station.
Obtained MBA while working full-time and freelancing at a local magazine.
Several IT certifications.
Kris has completed hundreds of real estate-related articles and projects, including real estate investments, commercial and residential real estate web site content, and local and city pages. As a realtor, she writes ad copy, MLS listings, community details and community marketing on a daily basis. She also writes for a real estate directory and authors courses for licensees in several states. She also writes trending articles regarding Inventory, Sales and other national housing statistics. Also, Kris works for a major builder on the S&P 500, which gives her a unique perspective in corporate real estate news and valuation.
Kris has written extensively for auto, health and home insurance for agencies and other pages. Her industry experience includes white papers on catastrophic loss and self insurance, as well as professional experience as an industry consultant. She also often posts as a guest blogger on actuarial and industry topics and trends.
Kris provides marketing and management articles, technical specifications, business requirements, training documentation and production support documentation for 200 users of financial planning application. This is a full-time, technical position. Frequent interaction with company executives in an advisory and strategic support function involves creating and maintaining applications to support a home-building enterprise.
Kris has an MBA in Finance and Marketing and has worked in Corporate finance for 15 years. She specializes in corporate planning and tax planning analysis and has written extensively on both corporate and personal finance topics, including mortgage, real estate and corporate loan finances. She did a series on how to get loans with bad credit and how to improve credit scores, and is passionate about equal access to financing for everyone. She is able to leverage her experience as a mortgage and real estate agent with her executive level finance expertise to produce superior quality articles in this category.
Experience writing in the medical field includes web pages for dentists, chiropractors, cosmetic surgery and health and wellness experts. She is also familiar with rehabilitation and recovery from substance abuse and mental health concerns and enjoys writing on these topics.
Kris has written many blogs and articles on legal matters ranging from domestic violence attorney representation to elder care tax law attorney representation. In addition to writing blogs for attorneys regarding fire, water and mold remediation, Kris has written on the same subjects for the companies providing the remediation and restoration services. This gives her a well-round view of these and other legal topics.
Visit Madrid, Spainâ€™s capital since 1562 and the center of the Iberian Peninsula. Itâ€™s geographic location and altitude result in warm, dry summers and cooler winters. Madrid is known as a city of great museums and monuments that symbolize its extraordinary history. Fly to Madrid to see a melding of Spanish, Arabic and other cultures in this cosmopolitan city. Whether you are a history buff longing to stroll along the Plaza Mayor or an art lover with the Prado at the top of your list, this is an enviable destination.
Here are the top five things to do in Madrid:
â€¢ The Buen Retiro Park tops the list of what to see in Madrid. This huge 19th-century park has lakes you can boat on and a luscious rose garden, some of its fountains and statues are centuries old.
â€¢ Puerto del Sol is a public square, or plaza as the locals say, featuring a statue of King Carlos III atop a battle stallion and the 0km marker for Spanish distances.
â€¢ The Temple of Debod signifies 19th and 20th century Europeâ€™s love of everything Egyptian. The ancient temple was moved from Aswan, Egypt and reconstructed in a lush park.
â€¢ Sophia Museum in a modern art mecca that showcases Spanish 20th-century art. Walk through the minds of Spanish masters, such as Dali, Picasso, Miro and Gris.
â€¢ El Escorial is a sprawling 16th century complex that indicates a mix of Spanish and Moorish design and provides a taste of the lavish life of Spainâ€™s departed monarchs.
The main airport in Madrid is the Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD), which is Spainâ€™s busiest airport that connects millions of flyers to domestic and international final destinations. American Airlines, Iberia, Air Europa, Delta and United, among other airlines, bring passengers to Madrid MAD. The airport lies eight miles, or 13 kilometers, northeast of the city. Take the metro ligero, or light rail, from Terminal T4 to the other stations. Transport to MAD from the city center is available via bus, the Metro train or taxi. Options from the airport to Madridâ€™s city center are the same. The 15-minute taxi ride costs about 30â‚¬. The bus and metro are less than that but not recommended unless you travel light and know the city.
Come to Madrid today to enjoy tapas and paella and to learn about Spanish culture from the locals.
Kris started out in print journalism and has been active in the field for 25 years. Her specialty in finance and technical articles with an emphasis on Corporate Finance and Real Estate. She has an MBA and is an active real estate professional.
Kris wrote her first press release at 18, at a local radio station where she worked in college. Since then, she has developed a specialization in website launch, PR and new business press releases, as well as new product launches.