Her specialties include history, gender studies, nonprofit marketing, and automotive marketing. She is great at writing blog posts, advertisements, academic papers, and short stories.
Maya loves spending time outdoors, reading, learning new things, and playing with her dog.
Maya attended Eckerd College where she earned a BA in both History and Women's and Gender studies. She graduated with honors, was on the Dean's List for her last five semesters, and was awarded with academic achievements in both of her fields.
Maya has ample experience writing SEO targeted marketing copy for the automotive industry through another writing platform. She has written blog posts for many automotive companies such as VW, Honda, Toyota, and more.
As a scholar of Women's and Gender Studies at Eckerd College, Maya wrote many essays and articles about the field. This includes writing about the history of Women's and Gender Studies, methodology, pedagogy, and theoretical concepts within the field. Maya is great at writing in a sophisticated, academic tone and is great at presenting an argument in a persuasive and subtle tone.
Maya wrote an article that discussed the growth of a major nonprofit for a nonprofit marketing agency. She focused on GLSEN, a United States based LGBTQ+ rights organization. The article was about the impact of the Day of Silence, a campaign run by GLSEN, and how that helped the organization to expand.
Maya writes many blog posts for the automotive industry, as well as for nonprofits about issues related to history, gender, and sexuality.
Maya writes many advertisements primarily for the automotive industry. She has an incredible talent for employing persuasive language, for SEO strategy, and for implementing a playful, lighthearted tone.
As an intern with the Fitchburg Historical Society, Maya wrote email newsletters for the organization. These newsletters provided members with information about exhibits, highlighted historical people and events, and more information about the city of Fitchburg.