I’ve always been a writer of sorts. When I was little, I wrote tiny books for my stuffed animals. Now that I’m older, I write all kinds of things in all kinds of places. Novels, short stories, blog posts, travel pieces, and even a bit of marketing copy…
Here are a few other places you may have seen my writing:
My side hustle. I write here in hopes that I can help social entrepreneurs on the verge of burnout turn their lives around so they can create a sustainable career making the world a better place.
My day job. We’re a software company. My job as Managing Blog Editor / Content Writer is to create educational content that helps the customers who use that software be successful in their online course creation and marketing efforts.
My previous day job for a marketing and business education company. I wrote a few posts for the content team while I worked there (and held down the blog as interim Blog Editor for a short stint).
I also did some ghost writing for/with Danny in support of one of our course launches, including posts for LeadPages, SmartBlogger, Copyblogger, Anne Samoilov, The Penny Hoarder, Susan Harrow, and ProBlogger.
The Center for Watershed Protection
CWP is a small environmental nonprofit based out of Ellicott City, MD. They do great work protecting the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (and other national watershed areas as well), and they invited me to write for their blog.
I’ve been a part of the Charlottesville startup scene off and on for a while now. During that time, I attended 2 different Startup Weekends. One of the local organizers asked me to write about my experience for their blog.
The Literati Writers
We Are Power Shift
I was chosen as one of the first Leadership Team members for the Energy Action Coalition’s We Are Power Shift movement. During my time on the team, I wrote a few posts for the blog.
I spent many years as an active on-the-ground organizer for 350.org, including being trained as part of their National Leadership Summit in 2012. After my involvement with the Tar Sands Action, I was invited to the White House for a press statement. I had the chance to write about the experience for the 350.org blog.