As I collapsed into the chair—my face flushed, head hanging limply, eyes closed to fight the dizziness—my mom realized bunion surgery wasn’t the best spectator sport for a 12-year-old. That’s why I became a medical writer instead of a podiatrist.
From content creation to entire marketing strategies, I assist the medical industry with tasks that don’t involve sharp objects and bodily fluids. My goal is to build your content and presence on the web to raise your company organically in search results and convert site visitors into clients and patients.
I’ve been doing this since 2015 when I joined the Foot & Ankle Wellness Center’s fledgling marketing team. That same year, our team won Marketer of the Year from the Top Practices Marketing & Management Summit. The blogs I write consistently rank in the top five visited site pages and the practice has continued to grow 7.5% year over year with my marketing strategies and copywriting.
I see how hard medical professionals work without having to worry about keeping up with ever-changing social platforms, SEO strategies, and the demand for clear and actionable content. With this in mind, I set out as a full-time freelance medical writer in 2017. Since then, I have worked with medical companies and practices to increase website SEO, craft marketing materials, and formulate social media campaigns. In addition to my work specifically in medical writing, I have worked as a marketing strategist and freelance copywriter with an Ohio marketing agency ranking in the top 1% of Digital and Development Agencies in the US.
In my spare time, you can find me teaching a scuba diving class, annoying my cats by posting pictures of them on Instagram, and arguing the benefits of the Oxford comma through my grammar blogging. I believe that hard work and a good heart are the keys to success, and I put both into my writing. If there is anything else you would like to know about me, I’m only an email away.