Writer and content strategist who brings storytelling techniques to business content.
Erin Ollila graduated from Fairfield University with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing. After a 12+ year career in human resources – specializing in employee health and dental benefits, as well as wellness programs– she's jumped headfirst into digital strategy and content creation.
Erin believes in the power of words and how a message can inform – and even transform – its intended audience. Her writing can be found all over the internet and in print, and includes interviews, ghostwriting, blog posts, and creative nonfiction. Erin is a geek for SEO and all things social media. She lives in Southeastern Massachusetts, neighboring Providence, Rhode Island, one of her favorite small cities. Find her at http://erinollila.com and befriend her on social media.
Fairfield University, MFA in Creative Writing
Rhode Island College, BA in Communications and English
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CX 101: What Is Customer Experience, Anyway?
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Women in Leadership: A Q&A With United Concordia Dental’s Donna Hunter
Setting the Table for a Healthy Workplace Community
5 Tips to Motivating Employees to Be Active After a Long Winter
How to Plan a Fun (and Respectful) Office Holiday Party