Freelance Writing for St. Louis Business Journal

I’ve been working as a freelance writer for the St. Louis Business Journal and love the challenge that these assignments bring.  They’re a wonderful publication with talented editors who definitely make me want to bring my A game.

How to Choose a Data Center:

Efficiency Pushes Firms to Consolidate Office Space:

Federal Rule Changes Hit RE Market:

St. Louis Character: Jamie Jabouri:

Nordstrom, Von Maur Expected to Rev Up Area Retail:

Health Reform Creates Business for Consultants:

USTRANSCOM Moves Into New $130 Million Home:

Writing Work Sample: Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation

GSTLCF logoThe Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation is an innovative organization that brings together nonprofits, donors, advisors, and groups to create real change in our region. I am proud to have written text for their website and corporate brochure as they worked to breathe new life to their image and branding. The Foundation is now in a growth mode, busily raising their profile and incresing their endowments exponentially. Here’s to another century of success for this outstanding organization!


Writing Work Sample: Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri

MHA logoMy favorite writing assignments are the ones that teach me something, and I don’t know that I’ve ever learned more from a client than I did from Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri. Their programs are fantastic, the information they provide is useful to everyone, and they are a true advocate for St. Louisans who struggle with everything from depression to deep mental challenges. And the real treat? The staff is a dream to work with!

A few of the pieces I wrote for MHA-EM:
Adressing Stress

REBOUND: Bounce Back Into Life

Care of Self

Freelance Writing for Webster-Kirkwood Times


Student Transfer Program Set to End in 2013:

A New Level of Care for Autistic Children:

Derek Blaesberg Profile:

Kirkwood Restaurant Owners Mum on Smoking Ban:

Peterka Brothers Travel to Africa:

Home for the Holidays:

Board OKs 23-Cent Increase in Tax Rate:

Jazz & Blues in Old Webster:

Schools Ready for Flu Season, H1N1 Virus:

Citizens of the World:

Freelance Writing for South County Times


Female WWII Veterans Recognized with Quilts:

Birds of a Feather profile piece:

Schools to Ask for 65 Cent Tax Hike:

Less Pay Equals More Teachers in Lindbergh District:

Board OKs $45M in Budget Cuts:

Chess is King at Lindbergh:

Voters Will Face Proposition L on Nov. 3:

Board, Teachers Agree on New Contract:

Early Dismissal Part of Strategy to Improve Learning: