Linda works part time in the human resource development department at the local community college, teaching and advising students through a range of career oriented courses. She crafts press releases for her department, relying on her state government experience as a spokesperson for the commerce department.
She specializes in short, informational, blog entries for a variety of clients, ranging from automotive parts distributors to gastroenterologists and fitness professionals.
She also is experienced in book editing and serves as a ghost writer for authors when asked.
She can write essays and book reviews, cover restaurant openings and rate travel destinations.
Linda is a (young) working grandmother who revels in spending time with her two grandchildren. Nearing retirement, she has taken a special interest in the issues affecting seniors and writes extensively on a variety of topics that interest that population.
Linda is a musician and devours books of all kinds.She has a wide network of diverse friends and devotes hours every week to those enduring relationships.
Her secret pleasure is television and is particularly pleased with the caliber of talent on the small screen.
She is a world traveler and continues to move around the world at a moment's notice.
After trying out a number of different career tracks, Linda landed on the one and only option that would work for her -- Journalism. She was born a writer and stumbled over other topics that included accounting, physical education and theater. When she finally started her journalism studies, the work went as smoothly as a knife through soft butter. Just the right mentors and internships appeared and the rest is history.
Linda covered business for a regional weekly business newspaper, primarily writing about banking, development, nonprofits and small business. As an editor at a national magazine, she covered the franchise industry. Online, Linda has produced hundreds of small business-related articles geared toward entrepreneurs. She also runs a small business and continues providing online content for a wide range of clients.
Linda covered the human resource industry while working on the features desk at a Southeastern daily newspaper. She participated in local HR association activities. She's written hundreds of career-oriented pieces for numerous online publications. Linda also teaches human resource development courses at a community college to students in transition.
Linda has been immersed in marketing for her entire career, writing about the various ways company's market successful, tips for getting the word out for small business owners as well as entire marketing plans. She created and taught a marketing class for nonprofit professionals. Linda is highly efficient and possess extensive research skills she shares with readers through her own blog as well as in articles for online publications.
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