Katy specializes in academic writing, blog posts, social media content, and newsletter content.
Beauty, business communication, crafts, consumer goods, current events/trends, event planning, the food and beverage industry, health, hospitality, interpersonal communication, libraries, nonprofits, pop culture, psychology, social media, sociology
Katy received her BA from Park University in May 2017. Organizational communication and psychology were her areas of study.
Katy has created multiple promotional materials, social media posts, newsletters, and internal reports for library systems. She has extensive experience describing and marketing library resources and programming. A program guide she created for her local library system has been published on a national library site, and a presentation she created was selected for a city-wide workshop focused on community resources. In addition to her paid experience with the library system, Katy has volunteer experience working with a local activist group as a social media manager. She has created flyers, social media posts, and newsletter content on a volunteer basis for over a year.
Business communication was studied extensively by Katy during her college years. Her degree in organizational communication required extensive research into business ethics, crisis communication strategies, human resource policies, and more. When covering these topics Katy tends to write in an authoritative, informational tone. She has, however, written more casual blog posts covering different elements of business success.
Katy has extensive experience writing informative articles, both academically and professionally. The majority of these articles are written in an academic style, such as APA or MLA. The subjects of these articles vary, but the content is always well-researched. Katy also enjoys writing articles that are more casual in nature, describing things such as grocery stores, beauty products, and personal anecdotes.
Katy has written over twenty newsletters for a local activist organization. In these newsletters, she regularly promotes upcoming events, explains pending legislation, and highlights the work of other groups. As a paid writer, Katy has created content for four newsletters in the nonprofit sphere. These newsletters have featured free resources, local events, organizational spotlights, and promotional material.
Katy has extensive volunteer experience with social media management. Additionally, she has contributed to 2 of her former employers' social media campaigns. Posts may be promotional, informational, or conversational in nature. Katy also enjoys adding visual intrigue to social media posts through the use of fair-use stock images.