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I have a college degree in English, Creative Writing from Penn State.
I’ve worked for more than 15 years in business, mostly in healthcare, but doing everything from recruiting physicians, to marketing, to leading a nice sized team of people. What I liked most about that work was coaching people and then watchi… Read More
I have a college degree in English, Creative Writing from Penn State.
I’ve worked for more than 15 years in business, mostly in healthcare, but doing everything from recruiting physicians, to marketing, to leading a nice sized team of people. What I liked most about that work was coaching people and then watching them grow up to be successful. I also loved any project that involved branding, especially when we had to come up with a logo for a new division or entity. What I didn’t like? Handing off my ideas to someone else to complete (but I don't have to do that anymore. Huzzah!.)

Now I work from home. I do marketing, proposal writing, presentations and some design work for a couple of awesome guys who spend most of their time in airports. I do this part time. (This is important because it means I have plenty of time for you as well.) Now, I do freelance graphic design work, too!

I have a certificate in graphic design with a focus on branding and identity and a smidgen of web from Sessions College for Professional Design.

I love helping small businesses figure out who they are and what they want people to feel and remember about them and then creating an identity around that. You don’t have to settle for mediocre design just because your budget is small business sized.

My personal goals include making great brands that support small business goals, getting opportunities to work with and learn from other designers, earning enough greenbacks to fill a pair of college funds and finally, supporting my rather serious font habit. (Oh, and I should mention I am open to unique arrangements, including temp and contract work and bartering services for services. Let’s talk.)

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