Nia DeCoux

Friendly and Experienced Writer and Educator

My writing has been honored by the National Foundation For Advancement in The Arts, Scholastic, and the National Black Arts Festival. My services include blogging, article writing, e-book writing, and ghostwriting. I've spent most of my 7 years in the industry working in the nonprofit sector, but I pride myself on my ability to find an amazing story in any endeavor.

I am developing new ways to merge teaching and storytelling in ways that validate the ideas of marginalized people. In my Narrative Placemaking Model, students have "conversations" with primary texts to develop critical thinking skills and encourage independent thought.

In the past, I have worked as an academic writer, an editor, a grant writer, and a ghost writer. I'm certified to teach English as a Second Language and I designed a creative writing curriculum for middle and high school students in the Atlanta area.

I look forward to telling stories with you soon.
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How do you say “Machismo” in English? Touchy Topics in Central America
pinkpangea.comArticle
How do you say “Machismo” in English? Touchy Topics in Central America
Daily Rituals in Honduras
pinkpangea.comArticle
Daily Rituals in Honduras
March, 28 2017
Keep ’em Coming Back for More: Building a Loyal Customer Base
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Keep ’em Coming Back for More: Building a Loyal Customer Base
June, 3 2016
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