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Renee H
Writer #30640
Asheville, NC
Joined 3/5/2019
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Renee has had 15 years of experience writing B2B blog articles, social media content, white papers, case studies, research reports, website copywriting and inbound marketing content. She has also worked as a ghostwriter and in B2B media relations. Previously she was a qualitative researcher and analyst. She started her career as a journalist, writing about business, arts, travel, food and general lifestyle. She has been a proofreader, copy editor, managing editor and senior editor for print and online media. Altogether, she has worked as a writer and editor for 30 years. Renee has been published in BusinessWeek, Strategy & Innovation, Forbes.com, the Dallas Morning News, the Austin American-Statesman, D magazine and more. Her ghostwriting has appeared in the HBR blog. She contributed a chapter to the book, "A Guide to Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing: Advice From Leading Experts."
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Renee specializes in innovation, business model innovation, management, entrepreneurship, startups and leadership. A particular specialty of hers is writing about research, especially putting academic research into an actionable business context. She has also had experience writing research reports that tell the story of primary quantitative or qualitative research findings.


Renee enjoys playing music, hiking, reading and playing with her beagle.


Warren Wilson College

Renee worked as a reporter on the college newspaper, acted in several plays, and was Assistant Music Director of "Barbry and Willie," a musical by Billy Edd Wheeler. She also was Music Director of a production of Shakespeare's "Two Gentlemen of Verona" that involved researching period music, recruiting musicians and arranging the music for a small ensemble.

The University of Alabama

Renee worked as a copy editor for the Crimson White, the university newspaper. She spent two years as an editorial assistant (paid internship) for Antique Monthly and Horizon magazines. The independent study projects she created during her internship earned her a "Best Independent Study" award. She also sang in the choir and served as Music Director for a dinner theater presentation of "The Fantasticks."

The University of Texas at Arlington

While in graduate school, Renee was a teaching assistant for Expository Writing, Persuasive Writing and Informal Logic. Her thesis explored the art of conversation as a narrative convention in William Faulkner's "Absalom, Absalom!" She maintained a 4.0 grade average.


55 Projects Completed

Renee's food articles have focused on ingredients, produce, cookbooks, cookbook authors, holiday cooking, the business of food and restaurant reviews.


40 Projects Completed

Much of Renee's work was done for Innosight, the consulting firm co-founded by Clayton Christensen, author of "The Innovator's Dilemma" and creator of the "disruptive innovation" theoretical construct. Other clients: McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin; the marketing research firm Decision Analyst, author Stefan Lindegaard, the Mayo Clinic, Robert Half, marketing research firm Sentient Services and market research firm Market Strategies International.


17 Projects Completed

Renee has written articles about marketing, particularly social media marketing. Some of these articles were about her own successes as a B2B marketer figuring out how to use social media in its early days.

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63 Projects Completed

Much of Renee's work has involved writing blog posts for B2B blogs, covering innovation. She has been writing blog posts on innovation since 2003, making her one of the first business bloggers.


54 Projects Completed

Renee wrote this news story for the McCombs School of Business website. It was also distributed as a press release. An administrator for the MBA program found the data and Renee wrote the story.

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12 Projects Completed

Renee has written a number of white papers, many on management and innovation, and a few on technology. This one was written for Decision Analyst.

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