Duncan Pike

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

Communications professional with 5 years’ experience in content writing, editing and research within fast-paced environments

I am a communications professional with 5 years’ experience in content writing, editing and research within fast-paced environments. I successfully meet deadlines, independently manage my time and quickly write persuasive and engaging material. I am creative, personable and hardworking, and I thrive when facing new challenges.
Content Types
Blog Post, Article, Ad/Promotional Copy, Case Study, Commercial, Documentary, Direct Mail, Guide, Infographic Copy, Interview, Live Event, Presentation, Press Release, Website Copy, Whitepaper
More Information
University of Toronto, Master of Global Affairs
University of Victoria, Bachelor of Arts (History)
Toronto, ON, Canada|English

Published Content

Press Release
CJFE Releases Annual Review of Free Expression in Canada
May, 3 2017
Press Release
Historic day for press freedom in Canada: Parliament to pass press shield bill
October, 4 2017
Press Release
CJFE to honour Elena Milashina, Robyn Doolittle and Kim Bolan for fearless reporting
November, 1 2017
Case Study
Barriers and Opportunities at the Base of the Pyramid - The Role of the Private Sector in Inclusive Development

This 2014 report was produced by the UNDP Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development (IICPSD). As Content Analyst, I wrote the report’s introduction to private sector roles in poverty reduction and inclusive development, and contributed additional research and editing support.

August, 18 2014
Honduran journalist Félix Molina speaks out after assassination attempts

On May 2, 2016, Honduran journalist Félix Molina survived two attempts on his life. On his way to record his daily radio show, Molina was approached by a man and woman. The woman aimed a revolver at Molina’s head while the man yelled, “Shoot him!” His taxi quickly peeled away.

August, 23 2016
How Coffee Waste Is Fueling a Circular Economy

Global coffee production creates in excess of 23 million tons of waste per year, according to sustainability researcher Gunter Pauli, from the pulp of fresh coffee cherries through the packaging that brings the roasted beans to your favorite barista. At the consumer end of the supply chain, used coffee grounds are the most visible example of this waste, the bit we dump in the bin after making each fresh brew.

June, 24 2016
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