CORPORATE WRITING

Good writing—in a magazine or on a corporate website—makes for good reading. It informs and explains and enlightens and tells a story and maybe even inspires. Drawing on my background in journalism and my experience in corporate communications, I do a wide variety of writing and editing projects for international organizations, including website copy, annual reports, brochures, newsletter stories, and in-depth case studies.


SAMPLE CASE STUDIES

A series of case studies for the Inter-American Development Bank looked at topics such as gender equality, green energy, and "shared value."

 The slogan on a sign for International Women's Day reads, "Wanted: Men who can put themselves in women's shoes." 

The slogan on a sign for International Women's Day reads, "Wanted: Men who can put themselves in women's shoes." 

A case study for the U.S. Agency for International Development delved into its efforts to facilitate greater access to justice for women in Guatemala: Forging Women's Rights.

 


NEWSLETTERS

My stories for the monthly newsletter of the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas cover a range of topics. Some recent examples:

Photo courtesy of Wigton Windfarm, Jamaica


OTHER CLIENTS & PROJECTS

  • IDB Invest. When the private sector arm of the Inter-American Development Bank Group launched its new brand—IDB Invest—I worked with the communications team to develop completely new content for the website. 
  • World Bank. Projects have included editing policy briefs for the WAVES partnership (the acronym stands for Wealth Accounting and the Valuation of Ecosystem Services) and editing publications in the World Bank Group's Doing Business series.
  • Organization of American States. Working with the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission, I edited a series of studies on the impact of drugs on public health, security, and development, as well as on other aspects of the drug problem in the Americas.