Virginia's specialty is writing blogs and articles in an informal yet informative style. She uses humor and anecdotes in making technical subjects easily understood by a non-technical readership.
Virginia's first love is writing and she devotes a large portion of her free time to her weekly blog, "From the House of Mars". Her faithful followers express a love for her humorous yet poignant style covering a wide range of material, ranging from nostalgic remembrances to love of pets to criticism of the media.
The range of her past employment including experience as a teacher, licensed animal health technician, and mortgage loan service gives her a knowledge base that would inform any relevant Writer Access assignments.
Virginia excelled in writing and her work was featured in Ladycliff's literary journal. She was also selected to submit a paper which earned her admission to Lamda Iota Tau, a chapter of the National Writer's Honor Society.
Virginia taught kindergarten during the day and attended graduate school at night. This gave her the chance to write her Master's thesis on the effects of crawling and creeping on a child's intellectual development while designing a movement education program to be included in a kindergarten curriculum. The program, consisting of songs to accompany creeping and crawling exercises, was tested with her class on an ongoing basis.
Virginia F is in charge of two blogs for her employer, a security-based engineering company. She has knowledge of IP-based cameras, access control systems, PA systems, projectors and SmartBoards, and produces succinct, readily comprehended material on these as well as other topics.
She also writes articles for the company's monthly electronics newsletter, reaching an audience of 2,000+ followers representing the military, education, federal, state, and municipal governments, as well as the corporate segment and private individuals.
Virginia also has contributed articles to a company that deals in supplying information to companies and publications seeking information in various fields. This website classifies her as an expert.
She has written numerous articles for automobile dealerships covering the need for timely maintenance and service; auto parts(their purpose and longevity); as well as amenities offered at each location.
She has written SEO optimizing content for insurance agencies all over the country covering all kinds of insurance - life, auto, marine, motorcycle, home, condo, apartment, and flood coverage - emphasizing the need for each.
Based on her previous experience as operations manager in a company that specialized in network-attached surveillance cameras, VoIP communications, and access control. She has contributed content to a variety of Writer Access clients.
She was commissioned by a Writer Access client to write a supplementary textbook on Drones and Surveillance for middle school and junior high students. Several chapters concentrated on drones, explaining how artificial intelligence aided the remote pilots controlling them.
In her full-time position Virginia is responsible for contributing to two blogs. Both highlight surveillance and security. In the first, "Technology Blog" she lean towards a more formal examination of surveillance cameras and access control devices, explaining how they work.
In the second, Kintronics Blog by Virginia, she takes a practical approach, pointing out how these devices can be used in everyday life. In her last two she explained how IP cameras can make ATM's safer and how retail businesses can use them to keep operations moving smoothly for the customers.
She also has her own personal blog, From The House of Mars which looks at everyday life and is valued by readers for its humor and nostalgia.
Virginia contributes articles to her employer's e-newsletter. The company specializes in surveillance and access control devices. Although her focus is always an exploration of security technology, her style varies from issue to issue. In the latest issue, she interviewed a customer as to why he chose the cameras he did and exactly how he's using them. In one popular issue she explained the seemingly endless acronyms that technology uses. And in another, she contrasted the use of film in cameras to the image sensors found in today's digital cameras. Readers have used the comments section to applaud her clear, concise style
Virginia has written product descriptions covering an extensive range of items including projectors, public address systems, graduation gowns, gardening tools, office furniture, software applications, women's clothing, sports apparel, automobile decals, art supplies, and jewelry. Thanks to her versatility and ability to say a lot in a limited space, 18 Writer Access clients include her on their love lists.
Virginia serves as head content writer for an engineering company specializing in surveillance systems. In this position, she is responsible for contributing articles to the company's monthly e-newsletter as well as editing work contributed by other writers. In addition, she maintains a weekly blog highlighting the company's products as they relate to current events,