As a published author and full-time freelance writer with 13 years of experience, I'm dedicated to building relationships and fantastic content. I've worked in real estate and personal finance, but my extensive experience includes writing for the New York Times, Cleveland Magazine, Transunion, Equifax, and many Fortune 500 companies.
My experience also centers on addiction and rehab treatment. Having written for a wide range of addiction centers including Addiction Centers of America and several government portals (ghostwritten), I have a working knowledge of this sector including up-to-date experience in opioids, treatment options, and statistics.
In the area of healthcare, I've worked directly with chiropractic and wellness-focused companies, large and small. My experience includes working with pain management organizations, medical doctors, and physical therapy providers. This includes new and innovative treatments, health conditions and injury information, and dietary aspects. I've also worked in areas of mental health and physical health, along with holistic treatments such as meditation, yoga, acupuncture, and much more.
In the area of real estate, mortgages, and finance, I have significant experience, including working for Fortune 500 companies. I've worked in real estate and the finance industry. My writing experience includes mortgage lenders such as Wells Fargo and several credit unions. I've also written content on debt consolidation, refinancing, credit card management, and business finance.
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