Kenneth's specialties include research writing, editing, professional/business writing, and instructional writing.
Kenneth has interests in Literature, Education, Music, Marketing, Psychology, Research, History, Advertising, Health, Religion, Philosophy, and Business
Kenneth spent four years at Catawba College where he received a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature, and a Bachelor's Degree in Creative Writing, as well as Associate's Degrees in Music and Communication. During his time there he worked as a Supplemental Instructor in the Intro to Communications course for a year, Captain of the Drum Line for the Catawba Pride Marching Band for three, and spent a semester as a Teaching Assistant for the Creative Writing: Prose Fiction Class. He also spent a semester as Assistant Editor, and then another as Co-Editor, of Catawba College's literary magazine, The Arrowhead. Kenneth submitted four short fiction stories and two poems that were published in The Arrowhead.
Kenneth was hired by representatives of Catawba College and Lee St. Theatre in their collaborative project to write and revise transcripts for an on-stage production. These representatives conducted interviews and sent the audio's to Kenneth and asked that he transcribe the audio into text that was clear and easy to read, and to revise and highlight necessary information for the writing of a script based on the interviews. The project totaled 85 pages of transcriptions (30,000+ words).
Hired by Angleboard Incorporated, Daniel Mowery wrote the Standard Work and Job Safety Analysis for manufacturing jobs in the Angleboard factory located in Salisbury, NC. The Standard Work consisted of an in-depth, step-by-step description of each job position, or of the machines on and off the manufacturing line, and the duties of each position. The Job Safety Analysis included conducting and inscribing ergonomic assessments, chemical/mechanical hazard assessments, as well as the safety analysis, and what needs to be done to prevent accidents and how to respond to them. The job consisted of more than 30 individual, in-depth analyses.
Kenneth has experience with undergraduate commissions and reports, ranging in varying subjects and degrees of formality, depending on the commission request and the intended audience. All projects in all subjects were reviewed with high praise and positive feedback. While unpaid, these requests for the services of superiors were frequent and completed within a short time period. Kenneth has had great success with educational commissions involving reports, transcriptions, and instructional material for others.
As a reading and writing tutor and Coordinator of the Test Preparation Lab at Davidson County Community College, Kenneth regularly advertises on behalf of the school's Learning Commons department through social media to the school's student body and potential applicants to the institution. He has the responsibility of writing, editing, and facilitating posts to Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter that advertise the Test Preparation Labs hours, utilities, and services.
Kenneth spent a semester as an Assistant Editor, and the following semester as Co-Editor, of the Arrowhead Literary Magazine at Catawba College. It was his responsibility to advertise to the school's faculty and student body, requesting submissions of their poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and photography; to advertise for student volunteers to help in selecting which entries would be finalists for publication; and to oversee the process of assembling, editing, revising, and publishing the completed literary magazine.