This versatile writer is skilled at bringing readers the most current medical news and developments. She specializes in creating blogs and Web pages on health-related topics, including healthcare career profiles. As an animal rescuer, she lends an authoritative voice to pet health and social issues. Since variety is the spice of life, she also enjoys writing on a wide range of lifestyle and real estate topics. Vonda J. S also has four years' experience as a sales promotion manager for a large national retailer. She has an expert grasp of grammar and syntax and worked for many years as an editor.
Vonda J. S founded and operates an animal rescue. She is also an Oblate of a Benedictine monastery and has been a volunteer patient advocate for many years.
Vonda S. earned a bachelor's degree in editorial operations from the Medill School of Journalism. As part of her work, she completed a medical journalism specialization.
Vonda S. completed a two-year program leading to a master's degree in writing.
Vonda J. S wrote contracts, white papers, formal procurement decisions, and negotiation positions for 20 years for the federal government. She served as a contracting officer with an unlimited dollar warrant at the Pentagon and at civilian agencies. As a senior procurement analyst, she wrote and revised draft regulations for review by Congress. She also drafted Federal agreements with state and municipal governments.
Vonda J. S has been a writer and an editor her entire adult life and has completed specialized training in medical journalism. She writes for several online sites and produces articles on issues that affect humans and their animal friends. She is a certified patient support group leader and a founding member of a large non-profit health organization.
Vonda J. S worked on a two-year real estate project to describe the attractive features of neighborhoods across the United States to prospective home buyers and renters. This project involved following very specific style guidelines adhering to a template for each neighborhood.
Vonda J. S founded and operates an animal rescue. She also served as the state chair for Campaigning for Barbaro, an initiative to raise funds to help injured jockeys, to make horse racing safer, and to honor the late 2006 Kentucky Derby winner. She has published articles on a variety of pet topics on several online sites. She's a hands-own animal advocate with a flair for just the right words.
Vonda J. S was employed as a retail automotive copywriter for a major national retailer for two years. Due to the quality and timeliness of her work, the company promoted her to a supervisory position in automotive advertising.
The retail advertising produced appeared in newspapers throughout the United States as black and white ads and as color inserts. It included promoting automotive services, as well as parts and accessories. Examples included batteries, tires and products to detail cars and trucks.
As a paralegal, Vonda J. S drafted legal pleadings and other documents in a general practice law firm for three years. During this period, she completed six legal assistant courses.
In order to gain the highest level of certification as a contracting officer while employed by the federal government, she completed 15 post-baccalaureate courses in business and law. She held a contracting officer's unlimited warrant, with no monetary ceiling on the products and services she purchased for federal agencies.
This career position required drafting complex contractual documents within the parameters of federal and agency procurement regulations. Prior to retirement, she served as a senior procurement analyst and drafted potential regulations and revisions for consideration by Congress.
As a freelance writer, Vonda S. has published articles on dozens of topics of interest to consumers and the general public.
Vonda J. S has completed graduate courses in adult education. For several years, she taught courses in journalism and business communications in a community college. She also designed the curriculum for educational meetings of a large non-profit health organization for four years. She earned a master's degree in part by distance education and has written extensively on distance learning and other topics in education.
Vonda S. has written weekly newsletters, monthly bulletins, non-fiction articles, and op-ed pieces for large parishes, an order of nuns, online sites, and popular print publications such as Catholic Digest. As a Benedictine Oblate, she is a lay member of a monastery, an affiliate who lives outside the walls of the monastery. She has also completed graduate-level courses in religion and spirituality at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary.
Vonda J. S was a founding member and the first vice president of a federal credit union. In this capacity, she played a crucial role in setting dividend and interest rates and institutional policies. For two years, she was employed as a senior business analyst. Duties included managing the financial aspects of a $2.5 billion federal contract. During her writing career, Vonda J. S has specialized in personal finance and sold articles in areas such as saving money and retirement planning. She has sold work to print publications and online sites such as womansday.com and Yahoo! Finance.
Vonda J. S has published thousands of articles during her career. Her articles have appeared in national women's magazines and on dozens of online sites. This versatile writer specializes in health and pet issues but has also sold many articles on popular topics like adoption, alternative careers, tightwad families, wedding planning, and sports. She has a definite way with words that will draw readers to any topic she tackles.
Vonda J. S has posted blogs for customers marketing both products and services. She particularly excels at writing blogs for medical professionals, such as dentists and plastic surgeons. This versatile writer also publishes a weekly blog on a medical condition as a health expert.
Vonda J. S has written product descriptions for several online publishers over a three-year period. The descriptions included text for pet products, health and beauty items, electronics, financial products, rental housing units, neighborhoods, office supplies, online courses, and jewelry, as well as medical provider reviews.