Wendy specializes in articles, blog posts, and website content. Her preferred subjects include health and fitness, mental health, education, history, lifestyle, and pets. She is not limited to those topics, though, and has a knack for finding the story in any topic and choosing the resonant details.
Wendy's interests include travel and tourism, entrepreneurship, health and fitness, history and historic preservation, fashion and fashion sewing, books, and pets.
Graduated magna cum laude.
Graduated summa cum laude in Elementary Education grades K-8.
Wendy was a middle school classroom teacher for many years. She also worked for an e-learning company, planning courses and creating lessons.
Wendy has written lessons on various topics in health for K-12 education, including the human body, nutrition, fitness, mental health, social and emotional health, community health, and substance abuse prevention.
Wendy worked with the developer of an innovative new software program to manage daycare centers. Her articles for the website help explain the software in layman's terms to prospective customers, who are daycare center directors.
Wendy has worked for the National Parks Service as either a seasonal ranger or an intern at four different parks around the country. She also leads tours for a local historical society.
Wendy is a dog owner and has also volunteered with her local SPCA, both working in the shelter and writing blog posts.
In her work at an e-learning company, Wendy wrote content for lessons on fitness for several states at different age levels.
As a seamstress, Wendy refashions existing garments into new ones. She has contributed to group blogs written by refashionistas around the world. She also reads and studies fashion history.
Wendy has written many informative and human interest articles for publications. These allow her to utilize her research and interviewing skills.
Wendy has written blog posts for local businesses to provide valuable information to and build connections with customers. She has also written blogs for a nonprofit to keep members informed and engaged with the organization.
Working for an e-learning company, Wendy wrote content for lessons that served in place of a textbook. This content included topics in health, fitness, history, government, and economics for K-12 education. She created lessons to address the state education standards for 20 states.