Diana D. specializes in storytelling in any format. If you need help bringing life to copy to connect with an audience, she is the perfect person for the job. She pays special attention to the context of the copy, adjusting to where it will be used and what role it will play among other elements in a project.
Copy for audio, like podcasts
Diana D. is interested in bringing writing to life, whether that's through podcasts, blogs, written stories or other formats. She enjoys projects where she can be creative but also challenged and is open to new kinds of writing needs clients may have.
She went to Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she received her bachelor's and master's degrees. Her main field of study was communication, focusing more on digital storytelling during graduate school.
Diana is a journalist who publishes hundreds of stories each year in several newspapers in USA Today Network Wisconsin.
Diana writes hundreds of articles each year on a wide range of topics. She has covered local government, the criminal justice system and lawsuits, the environment, health care, businesses, elections and more.
Diana has written dozens of profiles are interesting people, from shipwreck hunters to people who died from COVID-19.
Diana's experience as a journalist has allowed her to focus mainly on content that is consumed online, including mobile, in addition to print.
Diana has written several stories in the FAQ format, finding they are often a great way to easily convey information to readers. One example is the Q and A she wrote that published in USA Today. She asked an ER doctor several questions about what happens to the body in extreme cold weather and wrote his responses to her questions.
Diana works off of several press releases to write stories based off of them, often asking additional questions not included in them. She is confident in her ability to write press releases based off of an internship where she worked with the director of communications for a nonprofit organization to communicate information to the public.
During graduate school, Diana created a five-episode podcast, researching, writing, recording and editing each episode. She has also included audio clips in her stories as a journalist and has three years of experience interviewing people regularly for stories.
Diana has been a journalist for three years, publishing hundreds of stories each year on several newspapers' websites. In her work she focuses on writing for a digital audience.