I’ve been a freelance writer since 2004, when I began publishing during my years as a graduate student at The University of Nebraska at Omaha where I studied Creative Nonfiction Writing and went on to teach the same.
Prior to my stint in academia, I was a small business owner for over 10 years, so I bring that background and knowledge to B2B and B2C content clients. I’ve written B2C health content for clients that has run the gamut from oral health to med spas, and recently co-wrote a research article on the benefits of incorporating a mindfulness practice into educational settings.
My love of nature led me to the outdoor/environmental niche, where I’ve published numerous articles on everything from the sandhill crane migration, to white pelicans and pigeons. Most recently, my passion for nature and gardening has led me to become a Master Gardener with the Nebraska Extension, and I’m always eager to turn my passion into your prose.
Kansas City born and Arkansas raised, I now make my home outside of Omaha, Nebraska on a 2-acre hobby farm where I keep chickens – or they keep me!
I appreciate you taking the time to learn about me and my freelance writing services, and I look forward to helping you unleash the power of the written word, or answer any chicken questions you might have!
“Elizabeth is the social media guru for the MCC Writing Center. She created Writing Center Underground, a public blog on which she writes weekly posts regarding all aspects of writing designed for use by students and faculty. She also opened and single-handedly maintains the Metropolitan Community College Writing Center Facebook page. Elizabeth’s perfect blend of initiative, creativity, and professionalism is the key to her success as a freelance writer.”
“Elizabeth served as the Administrative Assistant and Communications Coordinator for our growing Nonfiction Writing Program, and her work for us was absolutely brilliant. The promotional materials she put together were well-written, visually engaging, and elevated our professional profile within the university, the community and beyond. Her writing and creative talents made a huge, positive difference for our program!”