Kama specializes in writing about education, including pedagogy, technology, and instruction, through blog posts and long-form articles. In addition, she has expertise in writing newsletter features, promotional materials, and public service announcements on a variety of subjects, including technology, music, and pop culture. Finally, she specializes in multiculturalism and diversity, particularly in the context of education.
Kama loves reading any and everything, swimming, traveling, and spending time with her family. She is passionate about creative writing, specifically short stories and novels. Kama is also constantly exploring all aspects of pop culture, including music and films. She loves live music and has seen her favorite band, Counting Crows, more than ten times in concert.
Kama has written in the field of education for more than a decade. As an educator, she wrote policies, procedures, reports, and college communications. She has also written blogs and newsletter features in the area of education. These cover topics ranging from pedagogy to classroom engagement to technology. She also writes long-form articles for an education website, which requires translating complex or challenging subjects into accessible language for a diverse audience of students. As a former educator and a writer, Kama has a unique blend of experience in researching and writing in this field.
Kama has ghostwritten articles in the area of real estate. More specifically, she has written informational blog articles about the purchase and closing process and the use of social media by real estate agents. She has also written blog articles detailing and up and coming real estate markets. These articles all required research.
As an assistant at a chain of community radio stations, Kama wrote training materials for new employees so that they could understand technical requirements and put them into action. She also wrote training materials for the use of educational software. These included brief FAQ sheets, instructional guides, and question and answer session responses.
Kama has written about both education and radio technology. As an assistant at a chain of community radio stations, she wrote documentation and training materials for technical equipment. As an educator, she has written blog posts and newsletter features about different technology options in the classroom. She has also written instructional materials for the use of different types of technology.
Kama writes long-form articles for an education website. These articles focus on literature, history, logic, and other educational areas. They require research, incorporating keywords, formatting and embedding images, and writing articles averaging between 1,000 and 2,000 words.
Kama has previously developed and written personal and professional blogs. She developed and wrote a blog for her former academic institution, featuring interviews, events, and advice columns. She has also written self-published blog articles in the area of higher education.
Kama wrote newsletter features for the Virginia chapter of TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). These features focused on practical classroom strategies, current research in language learning, and recommended pedagogical practices. These articles were published in the quarterly VATESOL newsletter.
Kama wrote content for a webpage belonging to a southern gospel group called Port City Quartet. She wrote bios for the members of the group, content for the landing page, and contact information. The content has resulted in improved sales and bookings, as well as enhanced general marketing for the group.