Kathryn was selected to participate in the Women in Power program at GW's Mount Vernon campus, a residential living and learning program dedicated to the advancement of women. She took advantage of GW's Washington, D.C., location to gain "inside the beltway" experience, interning for a U.S. Congressman and a non-profit media consulting group. She graduated cum laud with a degree in economics after completing masters-level coursework on the economics of innovation and technology.
Kathryn has over a decade of experience in the legal profession and has produced countless memoranda and briefs on a variety of issues. As a legal content writer, she delivers timely, well-researched blog posts for law firm blogs and solo practitioner websites.
Types of content provided include:
- Summaries of filings for law firm newsletters.
- Up to date briefings on new court opinions.
- Evergreen content that showcases law firm practice areas.
Tourists and business travelers increasingly use the web to find restaurants and bars to visit in new locations. For five years, Kathryn helped a New Orleans restaurant and bar develop its web presence and interact with customers on social media and email exchanges.
Her work included marketing copy for wedding and venue packages, location descriptions for the company website, and menu descriptions. She also worked with the managers and owner to draft the policy and procedure manual for employees, provide written responses to incidents, and issue press releases for important events.
Kathryn knows the importance of professional, easy-to-read blog posts to generate business. She is familiar with Wordpress, Blogger, Drupal, and other blogging engines.
Blog posts can highlight important topics and react to immediate concerns of your clients.
Your website can be more than a “call me” button over a stock photo of buildings. It is a chance to show everyone what you do, why you do it, and why they should hire you.
Kathryn excels at combining the demands of SEO and the readability you need to reach new customers and clients.
Kathryn has worked with traditional and new media to deliver information that both entertains and informs. She uses article writing as an excuse to learn about new things and share her discoveries with others.
Articles can describe a new product, explain current events, or detail an experience.
Kathryn is skilled at creating and editing effective oral presentations for judges, juries, and peers.