MacKenzie has experience covering education, manufacturing, and healthcare for business publications. She has covered local government and current events for local news outlets. She has written about travel, entertainment, and lifestyle for magazines and websites. She especially enjoys writing about science and pop culture, but MacKenzie can write about any topic.
MacKenzie especially enjoys writing about travel, lifestyle, pop culture, history, entertainment and science. She loves learning new things and is happy to research new topics in the course of her work. When she's not writing, she loves to read, watch B horror movies, and spend time with her pet rabbit, Charlie.
MacKenzie loves to write about entertainment and culture. She especially discovering new books, movies, and places of interest and sharing them with readers. She has covered the travel, entertainment, and lifestyle beats for several local publications.
MacKenzie has covered the manufacturing sector for several local business publications. She loves to stay up-to-date on innovations and trends in the manufacturing industry as well as changing trends and the current opportunities for today's manufacturing workforce.
MacKenzie has covered local government for several news outlets. She believes in keeping communities informed about how their governments are spending taxes, responding to challenges, and serving their citizens.
MacKenzie has written over 100 nonfiction articles for newspapers, magazines, and websites. She has at different times specialized in entertainment, travel, lifestyle, manufacturing, healthcare, and education content.
MacKenzie has modified many of her news articles for print for online publication as part of blogs and websites. She loves writing accessible content for a wide audience and adapting her work for different platforms and mediums.
MacKenzie is the author of an Amazon bestselling children's nonfiction book. It has remained on the bestseller list for over 52 consecutive weeks. She enjoys historical research and writing for younger audiences.