I write. I have rights. I'm not right. But I'm alright.
This was one of the first pieces I wrote for EF back in 2017. It was written during a time I was studying German and realizing it’s always a good idea to know a few basic phrases that can help you build a foundation for further study later on.
STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) education is an update on the increasingly common focus of STEM within education and the modern workplace. Respected by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and educators alike, this article explores why the STEM field requires a balance of the arts, especially for high school students.
This was a guide I wrote for TrekkSoft’s customers. This was a brief introduction of how businesses could craft their key performance indicators (KPIs) while trying to market their business.
This is a straightforward guide to marketing. I wrote this for TrekkSoft in 2017. As with most of the content I produced for TrekkSoft, I understood that our readership wasn’t necessarily the most tech-savvy. And as small business owners from all over the world, they might not have studied Marketing or Business Management. These are real people. They’re just looking to be better at managing and marketing their business.
This is a more personal example of my writing style. A simple essay that explores the ideas of love, friendship, and relationship.
Written in 2019, this article explores four industries that are growing at rapid rates and are projected to become a major part of daily life over the course of the next three decades.
During my time with EF Academy, I managed the EF Academy Blog. I updated its branding, increased our readership, and oversaw content creation and production for our primary blog in English. I also advanced our efforts to eight additional blogs, training blog managers and creating content that was translated into several languages including Italian, German, Norwegian, and Russian. This link allows you to see the blog as of October 2019.