Human Interest Feature Writer
As a human interest feature writer, it's my job to ask the right questions and locate a fascinating story. Your story, be it a personal profile, philanthropic outreach, human interest or corporate mission feature deserves to be told. In fact, I think everyone has a story worth telling. Sometimes it just takes a little digging.
Feature stories interpret the human condition. My job is to connect people to one another through the stories I write. It is a two-fold job—pinpoint and interpret.
Let me ask the right questions, sift through the details and interpret your story in a way that expresses your ideal character, tone and message. Let me connect you to the people you value most.
Featured Blog Posts
Be Sociable, Share! TweetIf someone were to ask me to replicate for them the quintessential experience of my mid-American childhood, we would throw on some t-shirts and cut-offs and watch threshing at an antique tractor show. We’d watch strong arms turn the flywheel of a Rumely OilPull until it fires with a big puff, listen [...]
Be Sociable, Share! TweetInfluential women start out like everyone else. Here’s a glimpse at some of the Most Influential Women in Direct Selling. They are at the top of their industry, leading their companies to new heights and there’s much to learn from their journeys. Take a look and you’re sure to learn something. I [...]
Be Sociable, Share! TweetCapturing the story…that’s my specialty. Company profiles are about more than timelines and mergers, products and executives. Stories like my latest published this month in Direct Selling News reflect the corporate spirit and culture behind the company. Glimpse the journey of NuCerity. Click this link. Industry Outsiders Hit the Sweet Spot [...]
Be Sociable, Share! TweetBlurred lines Blurred Lines…(Not the song all you Gen Y’s.), but rather the blurring of generational lines. No longer are generations defined only by age. Instead businesses need to take notice of how people use technology. Gen C — the connected generation — doesn’t fit nicely into a Baby Boomer, Gen Y [...]