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I graduated with my Master of Arts in Professional Writing from the University of Masschusetts Dartmouth in 2015. I focused my studies on technical communication, particularly how readers can use documents as tools to help them solve problems. I call this idea of creating problem-solving experiences "wordsmithing." I have created different writing samples to show that ethos in action. I have written repair guides for the website iFixit and taught technical communication to undergraduate students at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in the 2014-2015 academic year. I also earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Central Connecticut State University in 2012. I am a motivated technical writer who can work individually, or on a team, and use my skills to help users solve problems through documentation.

In addition, I'm a member of the Society for Technical Communication, active in the New England Chapter. I have presented how the next generation of technical communicators is being bred through iFixit at the 2015 chapter event "The Coolest Thing I Do: Sharing Tools and Processes". I also presented at the Society for Technical Communication's 2014 Summit in Phoenix, Arizona with a progression on the paper I wrote, "Articulating Technical Communicators' Value to Employers". I'm also a member of the IEEE Professional Communication Society, and have attended student conferences in the past.

I'm currently employed at Canary Systems in New London, New Hampshire. If you have any inquiries, please contact me in the contact webform above. You can also visit my LinkedIn profile and add me to your network.

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