What’s it like to work with me? Here’s some unsolicited client feedback to help answer that question.
"It has been a breeze working with you."
It has been a breeze working with you. You work extremely well independently.
The amount of time and research that goes into your work is evident.
— K. Sai Prathyusha [Human Resources and Strategy, LEAF Society / Tamil Nadu, India]
"Your work is amazing!"
Thank you, Michelle! Your work is amazing! I loved that you took the time to think outside of the box.
I really love the play on words.
— Kenita Pierce-Lewis [President/CEO and Founder, H.O.P.E., Inc. / Duluth, Georgia]
"...compelling, accurate, and timely."
Michelle maintained our Linked In Company page for a year, during which time she developed many creative and engaging posts for our followers.
Also, Michelle wrote press releases for us which were compelling, accurate, and timely.
Our non-profit provides an unusual suite of services, and we often have trouble with marketers or grant writers not understanding some important distinctions we need to make. Michelle understood perfectly and we could rest assured we were presented correctly and our branding was maintained and enhanced.
You'll have peace of mind working with a professional like Michelle.
— Barbara Beard [Director of Operations, Envision Therapeutic Horsemanship Inc / Phoenix, Arizona]
"I have high accolades for her work ethic..."
I have had the opportunity to work alongside or collaborate with Michelle on various non-profit organization requests for needs such as copy-writing, copy-editing, website research and advice, or submission of blog articles to enhance the organization’s writings.
I have high accolades for her work ethic, desire to help and drive to thoroughly research in-depth information about the organization – even before starting to write. She has a complete understanding of what their goals are and the needs of their request.
Her writing skills, grammar, connotations and the clarity she puts into the articles are very professional, yet written for the readers for full comprehension as intended. The article or document catches your attention, keeps you involved and brings you to full conclusion regardless of the content!
— Laura T. [Nonprofit Project Colleague]