Respect for a client’s members, supporters or stakeholders is reflected in my research, interviewing and writing. When a source says, “You captured me perfectly,” I consider it a high compliment.
greenlivingonline.com: A Plum Idea
RED: Experiential learning 2014
Healthy Together: Spasticity treatment | Inspiring others is a life purpose
Best Health: Helping ill friends
mediaplanet.com: COPD: A lung disease more common than many cancers
The Star: Treasure Trove awaits kids on Bruce Trail
Registered Nurse Journal: 40 minutes to save a life | RNs Butt Out
Correctional Service Canada: When Patients are Prisoners
My editing work goes from the developmental to the structural.
Universities Canada: Partners for Prosperity
Universities Canada had a direction in mind and a good outline started in the Partners for Prosperity report. I stepped in to tighten the existing copy and follow the tone and spirit as I wrote the balance of the report. The result is a seamless product incorporating many voices into one.
Healthy Together: Walk this way
Once the storyboard was set, I oversaw production of this healthcare publication. That included setting deadlines to meet design and print requirements, editing and proofing the entire contents, writing headlines, cutlines and the masthead plus liaising with the contract designer.
Seneca Alumni 40th Anniversary Issue: The Changing Face of Seneca
As managing editor of Seneca College’s alumni magazine I led the development of this anniversary edition. I set section themes and tone, assigned writers and photographers, and ensured content looked forward while celebrating the past.
Seneca Alumni: Seneca Alumni Green Issue
This green edition of Seneca Alumni included environmental elements from a cross section of college schools and departments. We ensured each piece contributed to the overall goals of the edition: to highlight environmental stewardship while showcasing accomplishments of alumni, faculty and staff.
I have ghost written many messages, speeches and op-eds for leaders of large and small organizations. Some involve persuasive arguments on matters of public policy. Others help highlight programs or extend a gracious thank you. Professional discretion is important. I cannot share samples of that work.
Universities Canada: Higher education for a stronger Canada
West Park Healthcare Centre: Annual Report 2013-2014 | Annual Report 2011-2012
Insurance Bureau of Canada: Insurance Bureau of Canada- Facts
The Learning Partnership: TLP_Annual_Report_2006
Ontario Ministry of Education: Bullying – We Can All Help Stop It
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan: Brochure 1 | Brochure 2