I drafted all content for this mail piece which described the agenda and character of Michelle Darbro, state representative candidate for Illinois District 20, within the Chicago suburbs. Darbro won her primary bid on March 17, 2020.
I wrote this social media post and determined the best time to schedule it to announced the anniversary of National PTA's Founders Day on February 17th, 2019. The post garnered a reach of over 21,000 views and the engagement of over 1,000 teachers, parents & other education advocates that included 225 shares and 161 likes.
REACH: 21,795 | ENGAGEMENTS: 1,564
I wrote this blog post from research from press releases, website content and video footage gathered from the 2019 ALS advocacy conference.
I wrote and researched all the websites featured in this article on charitable online gift shops of well-known charities. Gift choices range from jewelry and apparel to home décor and automotive accessories. It was a guide for Valentine’s Day gift-giving, but can be applied to any holiday or special occasion. The purpose was to get the public to buy gifts from members of Community Health Charities.
I wrote this personal finance article for the Consumer Federation of America's Military Saves campaign and did all the research on computer apps that introduce children to money management.
After participating in a tweet chat, sponsored by Experian, tweets on behalf of my client Consumer Federation of America were featured in Experian's slideshare document.
The March 2018 Groveton Baptist Church 75th anniversary newsletter was sent to over 200 members and included information on the churche's historic timeline, a call for volunteers and information on its sister church Primera Iglesia Bautista.
I put together this resource packet for Consumer Federation of America's Military Saves campaign. Created to email to partner nonprofit organizations serving military families, I organized all content and curated social media content designed to help partner organizations communicate with their audiences, and the public to educate on the importance of credit history and credit score knowledge.
I wrote this article about a method to deliver blood through parachute drops that may help quickly save the lives of military service members in combat areas. I interviewed a Lt. Colonel from the Air Force regarding the program and drafted the article based on the information from that interview.
While working as a sub-contractor with Lockheed Martin, I wrote this article on the re-opening of the Pentagon Blood Donor Center for the Armed Services Blood Program. Ms. Embrey's work and dedication made it possible for the center to relocate and reopen at a new site.
I line-edited grammar, spelling and word order for this legislative brochure distributed by the National Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). Given to PTA members and advocates that attended the 2019 National PTA Legislative Conference, the brochure contains effective parent and family stakeholder engagement provisions in education and youth-related reauthorization bills. These priorities were presented to legislators at the PTA sponsored conference.
I co-wrote this blog post and contributed all ALS statistics and facts cited. The post tells the story of Noel Levasseur, and his courageous fight with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as ALS, as well as his involvement with the ALS Association'ss “Challenge Me” Campaign.
The ALS Association has awarded $225,000 in scholarships to 45 inaugural recipients of the Jane Calmes ALS Scholarship Fund. The Fund provides financial support to students impacted by ALS.
The first cohort of Fund scholars will receive $2,500 each semester for a total of $5,000 per year in support of post-high school education. Awards are renewable for up to three years or until a bachelor’s degree is earned or graduation is achieved.
Mark Calmes, vice-chair of The ALS Association National B...
When the Biology Honors class kicked off a special course to learn more about neurological diseases, they turned it into a unified effort to educate their community and raise over $3,000 for ALS research.
The ALS Association spoke to some of the folks behind the project.