During my internship at CG Life, I was fortunate enough to contribute two blogs about life science marketing topics. Ten Tips for an Effective Trade Show Booth Exploring the Possibilities for Augmented Reality in Life Science Marketing
I have been fortunate to work part-time at Big Ideas Writing, which has taught me a lot about freelancing and marketing, particularly for small business.
From 2015 to 2016, I assisted author and Depaul professor Ted Anton with his upcoming book, Planet of Microbes. I contributed to the book in several different ways; I transcribed interviews, wrote research summaries, formatted end notes, and did fact-checking. The book will be published by University of Chicago Press in October, 2017.
As part of a class project, I was fortunate enough to interview and profile Josh Engel of the Field Museum's Bird Division.
I have written many blog posts for Pro-Home Services about roofing, siding, etc. It is great to work with small businesses in the Chicagoland area. Planning Your New Roof, Step by Step 10 Tips for Choosing a Front Door Can a Wood Shake Roof Have You Covered? How to Avoid a Leaking Roof in Winter
For the past two years, I have worked on the editing, organizing and publication of the Illinois Water Environment Association's quarterly newsletter, The Clarifier, which is printed and mailed out to association members. I gather articles from contributors, work with photos, write directions for the printer, organize the articles, and proofread them. All the content …
This piece was completed for a graduate-level science writing class that I took at DePaul. King Tut, Edgar Allan Poe, Eleanor Roosevelt, and George Orwell all lived in various times across human history, yet they all died the same way- of tuberculosis, the highly contagious but treatable disease. Tuberculosis, or TB, is an age-old disease, …
Since 2015, I have been writing regular content for Total Fire & Safety.
In 2016, I completed an Honors Senior Thesis for my undergrad at DePaul. I completed seven creative nonfiction profiles of Midwestern birds based on research and observations in the field. This is an excerpt of the project.