Jennifer I. specializes in blog writing for a general business audience, as well as humor essays, women's issues, food, and popular culture. With practical experience in the fields of advertising and education/classroom instruction, Jennifer has a firm grasp on breaking down complex subjects and making them fun and easy to understand.
Jennifer I. loves television comedies, is a voracious reader (both fiction and non-fiction) and enjoys taking writing classes at The Second City in Chicago.
Emphasis in Writing/Directing
Jennifer is the author of numerous humourous essays and has been featured on several book-focused podcasts.
As an avid foodie and home cook, Jennifer I. has spent a lifetime in the kitchen. From personal cooking and ingredient research to writing about lifestyle and food, Jennifer I. brings a humorous take to one of the things many of us take for granted - the enjoyment of good food.
Jennifer I. is a "pop culture vulture" and has written several blog articles about popular entertainment, television, and the absurdity of popular culture. Always taking a humorous angle, Jennifer I. loves looking at ways we collectively entertain ourselves, whether it be television, films, books, music, or even Hollywood's catering to youth culture.
Jennifer I. is a former public school teacher, certified in English/Language Arts for grades 6-12, and has a Master's Degree in Teaching. She has six years of experience in direct instruction, classroom management, special education, reading, and writing.
Jennifer I. has experience as both a resume writer and content writer in the career services industry. She has written resumes for clients in a wide variety of career fields and has written extensively on topics such as interviewing, resume/cover letters, interview etiquette, and tips and tricks to stand out from the crowd and get the job.
Jennifer I. has written multiple blog posts for several career services and educational websites. Her current specialty is career advice, resumes, and interviewing techniques. She has also written blogs on the importance of teamwork, technology in the workplace, and education.
Jennifer is the author of two traditionally published novels, in the categories of women's fiction and urban fantasy. These novels are widely available and have garnered overwhelmingly positive reviews.