AMEM is a fine writer in diverse styles. She is a meticulous editor who loves the Oxford comma, the semi-colon, and gerunds; she is forever searching for (and sometimes inventing) the perfect word.
While still practicing as an attorney AMEM contributed to Lexis’s Massachusetts Criminal Law Practice Guide, edited by David Jellinek. AMEM scratch-built a library of form pleadings and offered guidance on handling pleas in Massachusetts criminal courts.
Back in the Midwest, AMEM copyedited and wrote for the Manchester Mirror, a small town news source, where her investigation into a local concentration of registered sex offenders more than doubled the reach of the fledgling blog. She also shared her simplest and best recipes and explored new-to-her ingredients, techniques, and economic and sustainability concerns. This led to work creating B2C and B2B social content for small businesses.
Relocated to Pittsburgh in 2015, AMEM coaches businesses through application and proposal processes, helping them hone their message and brand. She advises individual job searchers and others, like her, tackling the complicated transition from one career to the next — which often consists of writing resumes and cover letters. AMEM can kill with action verbs! She uses effective language to beat automated systems, draw attention to clients’ skills and services, and impress hiring teams. She writes and edits advocacy copy: curriculum vitae, resumes, professional social content, B2B and B2C materials, and RFP responsive proposals.
AMEM was a contributing editor at Full Access Pittsburgh, where she blogged about people and places that make Pittsburgh special to her.
AMEM is available to proofread and copyedit; investigate, research, and analyze complex information or issues; and for technical, expository, journalistic, or creative writing. Contact her to discuss how she can help you craft and communicate your message clearly and concisely, no matter the audience.
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