Solid, Supple Prose for Effective Communications and Fundraising

Take a look at some of my work

As both a full-time employee and a freelancer, I have written and edited materials that have helped nonprofits distinguish themselves, increase awareness of their programs and raise more money. Here are a few examples:

Seton Hall Law was in need of engaging alumni profiles

I developed this newsletter to help Duke University's Chronicle get back in touch with its former writers and editors 

Another example of the Chronicle's newsletter

The Chronicle needed a lively, interactive Web Portal to get its alumni and friends back in touch with the paper:

The Chronicle Alumni

The Sanford Institute of Public Policy was in need of print materials to support a $50 million fundraising effort:

Endowment Fundraising Priorities

The National Humanities Center‘s annual report was due for an update, and the Center needed new print and Web publications to put a human face on its programs:

Annual report 2004/2005

Autumn/Winter 2005

Spring/Summer 2006

Comma: Communications Matters invited me to contribute to their blog about communications:

Use Twitter to Fill Seats, Drive Engagement

Conquering Your Creative Blocks

Clean Up the World


What can I do?

  • Feature articles
  • Alumni profiles
  • Newsletters
  • Annual Reports
  • Case Statements
  • Grant Proposals to Foundations and Individuals
  • Fundraising Appeals
  • Book Chapters
  • Editing
  • Proofreading