Joyce Sunila has been a professional writer and editor for over 30 years.
She began her career in New York as a reader and editor at Holt, Rinehart & Winston and Avon Books. In 1972 she moved to Los Angeles where she evaluated television and movie scripts for major Hollywood producers.
She later turned to journalism in the 1980s, covering movies, books, feminism, parenting, educational software, health & wellness, solar energy, digital gaming and much more.
The Los Angeles Times published her film commentary for 10 years. She’s penned articles for Audubon, Women¹s Health, Redbook, Reader’s Digest, L.A. Parent, American Cinematographer, Geo, Woman’s Day, etc. Her video game reviews were syndicated world-wide by Tribune Media Services.
In 1983 her lifestyle book The New Lovers: Younger Men/Older Women was published by Fawcett Books. It sold over 75,000 copies and is still sold on Amazon.
While a journalist Joyce wrote medical collateral for major Los Angeles hospitals and physicians. In 2004 she co-authored The Miracle of Bio-Identical Hormones with Dr. Michael Platt. The second edition is currently available on Amazon.
In 2005 she began Practice Helpers, a content marketing service for surgeons in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Practice Helpers weathered the changes in digital marketing through 2018, showing profits and advising clients.
In 2017 Joyce started Yes2TMS. Yes2TMS provides drip email marketing campaigns for neurologists, psychiatrists and mental health clinics offering electromagnetic medicine for victims of PTSD and depression.
Article, Narrative Video, Commercial, Website Copy, Direct Mail, Blog Post, Case Study, Email Newsletter, Explainer Video, Landing Page
Bennington College, Bachelor of Science, Political Science
A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, Associate of Arts, Entrepreneurship