Ayanna Nahmias

Copy Editor, Copywriter, Developmental Editor, Editor, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer, Managing Editor

Transforming "Good Enough" into "Unforgettable!"

Editor-in-Chief and founder of The Nahmias Cipher Report (TNCR), and a contributing writer to National Monitor, Huffington Post, The Forward, The American Spectator. A graduate of Bates College, with a B.A. in English Literature, I have demonstrable experience performing business analysis, international development, non-profit, writing technical, non-technical, financial, and other documents.

In my role as the publisher of the TNCR, shape and control all aspects of articles, as well as the vision and mission of the website. In addition, I contribute articles on topics, issues and concerns about which I am passionate. We strive to present alternative perspectives on every story. As the old aphorism goes, 'there is the left story, the right story, and the truth."

Highly skilled in developing digital content, social media presence, as well as contributing op-ed articles to online publications. Have significant social media following including LinkedIn. As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with 15+ years of proven program and project management experience working independently to support clients, I deliver products on-time and within budget.

Areas of Expertise

Project Management | Business Analysis | Stakeholder Management | Requirements Gathering | Project Plans | Executive Reports | Digital Content | Marketing/Branding | SharePoint | WordPress SEO | Non-Profit | Social Entrepreneur |International Development
Content Types
Explainer Video, Article, Blog Post, Whitepaper, Ebook, Website Copy, Case Study, Email Newsletter, Presentation, General Video, Landing Page, Checklist
More Information
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, B.A. English Literature
Project Management Institute, Certified PMP - License # 241671
Washington, DC, USA|English

Published Content

Website Copy
BINARC| Enterprise Solution Architecture

Developed and designed the BinArc website. In addition to development, wrote content, published site, implemented SEO.

June 12th, 2018
Website Copy
STRANPOINT | Certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business

Developed and designed the Stranpoint website. In addition to development, wrote content, published site, implemented SEO. Certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business providing solution-driven services in the private and public-sector. Our mission is clear -- your success!

August 1st, 2017

Nahmias Group works in partnership with clients and stakeholders every step of the way in developing mobile apps that improve the online experience for every type of device. We specialize in development of Android App Development, as well as IOS App Development, and because we have an international footprint, we are exposed to and comfortable with developing apps for other platforms unique to different overseas markets. We have specific experience in Europe, and can design for mobile devices used in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East where people often have devices that are several and typically operate on networks with much lower bandwidth. However, our clients in any market can be assured that we will develop apps which are scalable, attractive to the end-user, and will enhance product and services loyalty. As experts in digital marketing we understand the crucial role branding plays in growing market share, and mobile apps are an easy way for company’s products and services to be promulgated throughout the digital universe through seamless interactivity. Nahmias Group’s team of mobile app developers is innovative, highly-skilled, and able to develop customized solutions to meet the needs of our clients in line with their strategic objectives. We utilize advanced tools and technology, including creative intelligence in developing all mobile applications.

June 10th, 2019

Writer, editor, and publisher. Peruse books autobiographical novels, poetry, and prose. We also publish other up-and-coming authors.

December 31st, 2018

A social entrepreneurial, philanthropic U.S. based Virginia incorporated non-profit charitable organization. We have applied for 501(c)3 certification, though we have since 2015 privately funded the mission through family and friends, as well as donations from supporters. We use 100% of all public donations to fund aid initiatives in a rural farming community in Mazowe. Donations are the life-blood of our continued efforts to positively sow into the lives of others through food aid and employment. Unlike other more tradition programs, the Zimbabwe Farm Project is predicated upon a support model which empowers self-sufficiency versus dependency. The is dedicated to the guiding principle displayed by Mahatma Ghandi, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

February 23rd, 2017
Myth of Reparations | 40 Acres Minus Mule

Reparations originally included 400,000 acres of land, autonomously governed by freed slaves

June 23rd, 2019
Mexican Hand Off: Why Criminals Are Not Afraid of Trump’s Wall

The ongoing discussion of "The Wall," it true intent, and why it will never do what they say they want.

October 19th, 2016
Why Gary Johnson Cannot Win and Bernie Sanders Lost

An article which explores the failure of America's attempts to move away from a two-party system.

September 23rd, 2016
How Ronald Reagan Became the GOP’s ‘Savior’ to Donald Trump’s ‘Satan’

What started in 2016 has only gotten worse. America has become collateral damage in a presidential election that is a race to the bottom. The moral turpitude of the Republican candidate eclipses the legalistic maneuverings of the Democratic candidate, but neither offer a clear plan to achieve a more equitable future for the nation.

October 7th, 2016
Death Threats Against Colin Kaepernick Recall Assassination Era Of The 1960s

Op-ed article written about the rights of people to engage in non-violent protests.

September 21st, 2016
Dining or Dying – A Jew’s Conundrum in Zimbabwe

How people with restrictive dietary requirements navigate dining in foreign countries.

August 25th, 2016
Even Photos of Drowned Refugee Babies Do Not Dampen Anti-Immigrant Sentiment

The issue of immigration, the human flow, is old, but today's response to this yearning for better circumstances is televised 24/7.

April 18th, 2016
Taking Back America is About Personal Responsibility

The challenges we face as a nation in protecting the values of diversity, inclusivity, and equanimity. An op-ed perspective on the 2016 election and its relevance for 2020.

July 8th, 2016
Civil Rights in America, a New but Old Debate. Meet My Grandfather, Julius W. Robertson, Esq.

Civil rights is under increasing threat in our nation, however, this is not a new story, and my grandfather was one of its earliest defenders.

July 5th, 2015
Foul Legacy: The Children of Terrorism

What is it like to be raised by a militant or religious extremist? This is not something people like to think about, raising uncomfortable images. Children ensnared in a reality that promotes extremism, punishes free thinking, and kills dissenters. Children trapped in a life of indoctrination which makes the abnormal acceptable and the irrational logical.

June 22nd, 2016
A Tale of Two Societies

It is increasingly difficult to achieve upward mobility in today's global economy. Transforming adversity into entrepreneurship: is the best path to self-sufficiency and success which is often realized on a road less taken.

August 26th, 2015
Why My Biracial Son Doesn't Want To Date Jewish Girls

The challenges of straddling the religious and secular world, especially for children. As parents we choose or are born into our faith, but our children don't have this luxury.

July 27th, 2015
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