Alexander A
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Joined 10/26/2017
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Alexander has worked as an intern for a Ghanaian multimedia firm and has also been a customer service associate for Huntington Bank. He is a Hope College graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Communication.


He specializes in proofreading and editing. He also creates his own original content, and has had years of experience writing, revising and editing.


Articles, blogs, reviews and fiction


Hope College

Alexander graduated with a degree in Creative Writing, with a Minor in Communications. Since then he has worked at Huntington Bank as a contractor hired by Insight Global, as well as a security guard employed by US Security Associates. He has had extensive experience writing persuasive articles, editing and writing fiction and interacting with clientele over the phone.


15 Projects Completed

During his time as a Customer Service Associate for Huntington Bank, Alexander learnt how to operate the banks highly specialized software and assist clients over the phone. He also learnt how to work both individually and as a member of a team to address a variety of issues that customers were presented with on a daily basis.


3 Projects Completed

During his internship at Joy FM, a multimedia company in Ghana, Alex wrote three articles that were published online. The first, titled, "The Castro Crisis, 10 Days on", published on the 17th of July 2014. It was an opinion piece on the then ongoing police investigation into the disappearance of a hi-life musician named Castro. The second was, "Our homeland Ghana", published on the 25th of July 2014. It was another opinion piece, written to raise awareness on the ongoing issue of corruption in politics and in Ghana's government. The third was, "Is Ghana ready to fight Ebola?", published on the 1st of August 2014. The article was his last opinion piece for Joy FM, wherein he discussed Ghana's ability to contain and fight the disease that claimed thousands of lives in West Africa that year.

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