Creative power and immaculate professionalism combined
I am a freelance writer, researcher, and editor. My clients have included the United Nations, the Global Foundation of Democracy and Development, Professor Kyung-Hee Kim of the College of William and Mary, Dr. David Moore, Beaton Global, Cornell Associates, Apple Learning, the Grace Foundation, Kim, Kyung-Hee, professor at The College of William and Mary, Merrill Corporation, The Miller Institute, University of Zurich (Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research), XAMonline, and others.
A published author, I wrote the marriage, family, and conflict resolution sections of the book Cultivating Heart and Character: Educating for Life’s Most Essential Goals. The book was published by Character Development Group, North Carolina, (2000). I contributed a chapter on “The Causes and Resolution of Conflict” to the anthology The Future of Peace, published by Carolina Academic Press in 2003. I was also the author and co-author of the teachers’ manuals and students’ texts in a children’s and young adults’ fiction series entitled Alive to the World. The 24-book series was published by Alliance for the Family, Washington, D.C., throughout the years 2005-2012. In 2012-2013, I wrote articles for the website 7Score10 in commemoration of the Sesquicentennial (150 years) of the Civil War. My articles have been “retweeted” consistently the Smithsonian’s 150 Year Civil War project and also by the Civil War Monitor.
I have a B.A. in English from the University of Iowa and was accepted into the prestigious Writers Workshop.
I am a self-disciplined, motivated professional. I am a self-starter and work well and dynamically when given clear instructions and the freedom to carry them out. I enjoy meeting and working with clients through Guru and place customer satisfaction as a top priority.