I am excited to add my recent experience working at a community-schools nonprofit, for which I oversaw the writing, editing, copyediting, and proofreading of parent guides, newsletters, a website, and board documents, to the expertise I deployed as a budding copyeditor of nonfiction. In the nonprofit arena, writing that is clear and persuasive is crucial, and I have honed my editing skills in service of issues affecting children and families. If you are working on any manuscript having to do with the built environment, think of me for that, too, as I have worked as an architectural historian for a planning organization, a museum, and an arts council. I consider it a privilege to hold an author’s voice in my head and to ensure that his or her thoughts and viewpoint are expressed with precision. This implies a responsibility to authors, and I take that seriously.
Currently copyedit fiction for Pink Monkey, a new literary magazine. In addition, I worked as a copyeditor in the past (see titles below). I refreshed my skills by taking copyediting and grammar classes at NYU's School of Professional Studies in Fall 2016 (and discovered I still loved doing this work!).
In addition to the communications work described in the Overview, I was responsible for: board relations; interaction with seven school districts and county government; financial oversight; goal-setting; accountability measures; grant-seeking, including for an early literacy home-visiting program; liaising with state/national community-school initiatives; and program management.
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