Glenda does well with research and locating resources. Her diligence and work ethics have allowed her to hold several licenses, including NCIC (National Crime Information Center), Secret Clearance and to write and correspond with personnel outside of the agencies. Although these licenses are no longer valid, Glenda has shown that she can be trusted with confidential information.
She works in a timely and effective manner with all projects received.
Glenda's interest is in writing articles that will assist others in crisis situations, whether it is her experience or another's, she enjoys maintaining a daily journal. She also stays current on information regarding Boxers or dogs and pets in general, gardening, crime novels and is inspired by travel writing and locations she has visited.
Glenda attended Holbrook Business College studying Human Relations, Business Correspondence, Office Procedures, Accounting, Advanced Speed-Writing and Shorthand, Advanced Transcription and Typing. She graduated with a 3.13 grade average.
She participated in the Work Study program both at the college and Penrose Library located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
One of the articles written for Glenda's local newspaper was published over a two month time frame. The editor of the paper contacted Glenda personally and stated she "teared up" after reading the article. The response from the article was over-whelming for both Glenda and her family. She received calls and permission to republish the article as a children's book.
Writing about the "Autobahn" in Germany.
Glenda is excellent in locating resources and information pertaining to her articles. She works within an industry where where finding information related to specific topics is imperative. Sharing information which is accurate and complete, Glenda continues to expand her knowledge for any articles assigned to her.