Michael has written for a variety of audiences, including consumers, donors, public officials, and bloggers. His expertise includes issues related to technology, government, non-profit management, and social justice.
Michael's interests include civil liberties, human rights, and technology.
Michael attended the University of Virginia beginning in 2007. He graduated with a B.A. in Foreign Affairs in 2011.
Michael has written for a variety of non-profits on a wide range of topics, including social justice, consumer advocacy, and civil liberties. Content types include donor materials, social media copy, memos, press releases, and speeches.
Michael has written a wide range of documents for audiences working alongside and within the government. Types of documents include memos, press releases, and email correspondence. Topics include model legislation, regulatory initiatives, and research.
Michael is experienced in providing research and legal writing, particularly in non-profit settings. Topics include privacy, civil liberties, consumer rights, product safety, and food safety.
Michael has drafted blogs on a variety of topics for a wide range of audiences. From research to outlines to final drafts, Michael is capable of directing the blog writing process from beginning to end.
Michael has extensive experience writing social media copy, including posts for Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. He also has experience in designing and creating graphics for use on social media platforms.
Michael has extensive experience in drafting and editing press releases, primarily for non-profit organizations.