I’m not just another human resources writer.
This is good news.
I’m a former HR professional and technical recruiter, so I understand the H and the R in human resources. These days, we all live and work at the interaction of humanity and technology. Having a writer on your side who understands this relationship is key to setting your company apart from the competition.
Yours is not just another business, after all. Together, we can really dig in and help your customers find the solutions they need. That’s what this is all about, right?
I work with clients to develop creative solutions to a variety of problems, often with a mind to improve customer relationships as well as the bottom line. So, how can I help you?
My services include:
- Business blogs, articles, reports, and e-books
- Email content
- Razor sharp copy edits
- Research and virtual support for high-earning writers, authors, and technologists
I’m known for my uncanny ability to mimic style and tone. I’ve also been called “the calm within the storm,” and received frequent praise for my communication skills, creative problem solving, and my big, fat vocabulary.
You don’t have to take my word for it. Hear from some of my clients:
“She has the ability to tackle a range of topics, from technical to lifestyle, with ease. Her strong writing, top notch research and clear copy editing skills ensure that she delivers clean, accurate and engaging work every time. You’d be lucky to get her on your team!”
– Liz Alton, content marketing writer and strategist
“I have had the privilege of working alongside Cat on several projects over the past 15 years, and she has always impressed me with her meticulous writing and editing skills.”
– Catherine Winter, writer and art director, Winter-Hébert
“Cat is a hardworking, talented and resourceful reporter who isn’t afraid to take on a challenging story. Her range always impresses me as well: She’s just as comfortable tackling a complex technology story as she is composing an article about the aesthetics of a new design project.”
– Yuka Yoneda, then-managing editor, InhabitatNYC