Medical, banking, and education writing.
Archery, travel, baking fresh bread, and using the Oxford comma.
While at Wheaton, Emily studied English Composition, wrote blogs, and began co-authoring a book on Christianity and generation gaps (to be released next year). She was a member of the Board Game Society and acted in a nearby community theater. During this time, she also created marketing strategies and social media content for various local businesses and churches.
While at Dominican, Emily worked in public libraries and as a freelance researcher for various organizations. She continued working with marketing strategies for various organizations. She continued to work on co-authoring her book.
As an archivist, Emily has researched and written short biographies for many different collections. She uses both primary and secondary sources, and is skilled at following the faintest thread to find the answer to a problem.
While employed as a copywriter with a marketing firm, Emily wrote blog posts, articles, website content, and infographics for hospitals and outpatient centers. She also wrote for nursing organizations wanting to emphasize education and career options for nurses both in school and in the field.
While employed as a copywriter with a marketing firm, Emily wrote blog posts, articles, website content, and infographics for banking clients. Her writing goals focused on bringing in individual and small business accounts.
Emily has written press releases across a wide range of subjects. She knows how to be concise, include the most important information first, keep a reader's attention, and format it correctly for release.