Linda is highly organized and analytical. She enjoys tackling complex technical materials and producing clear procedures or communications. She is requested often by project teams because of her pleasant and efficient management style and interviewing skills, quick response time, and polished work product.
Linda enjoys writing and editing, especially technical tools and guides. She also likes to write procedures and training materials.
For her Master's degree, she wrote a thesis on the writings of Virginia Woolf. She was also a ghostwriter on a memoir, which was published. And she was a vocational instructor at Clark College in the Paralegal program, where she created her own course materials.
Linda's thesis was published in the PSU library, May 1999. It is titled "Virginia Woolf's Use of Microcosms in her novel, To the Lighthouse, and her essay, The Sun and the Fish."
Linda has produced and edited marketing tools for several clients, including HP Inc., Trus Joist, Willamette Industries, and others. Marketing materials included brochures, briefs, product guides, PowerPoint presentations, sales playbooks, and more.
As a paralegal in the legal field for over 10 years, Linda wrote and edited numerous briefs and legal documents, and interviewed clients to take their statements or respond to discovery requests.
Linda helped create data sheets, as well as gather information for others to build them. She edited numerous data sheets to ensure product information was accurate.
Linda helped create PowerPoint presentations for HP imaging and printing products. She edited numerous presentations for other writers of these same tools.
Linda helped create briefs for HP Inc. products, solutions, and services. She edited numerous briefs for other writers also working on these tools.
Linda helped write and edit several brochures for clients, including HP Inc., Trus Joist, Willamette Industries.