Angie embeds herself in the team – becoming knowledgeable in the subject matter and allowing experts to focus on content while she turns it into a story. She’s especially strong at softening the delivery of very technical messages to non-technical audiences. Not only is she fast, but she’s also very self-motivated and requires little management. Large write-ups benefit immensely from her work and leadership.
—Angel R., Business Development VP
I worked with Angie for several years and was impressed with her commitment to doing the best job she could, working evenings and weekends and seeking out just one more source to round out a story and make sure she was presenting information well. She was always willing to take on additional work, and her attention to detail made her a valuable member of our team. I trusted Angie to give honest feedback while remaining supportive of her colleagues and appreciated her willingness to speak up. On top of that, she is a strong writer able to convey information in an easy-to-understand ways without talking down to the readers and convey her passion for the topic at hand.
—Heidi T., Assistant Director of Communications, Northern Arizona University & Former Editor in Chief
“As a first-time author and former partner of a major law firm, I highly recommend Angie as editor. Her ability to collaborate on important issues and help underscore the meaning of a message, her attention to detail, her intellect, and most importantly, her gentle but persistent communication style, have been incredibly valuable on our journey to publishing our book “Play Nice – Playground Rules for Respect in the Workplace” and to building content on our website for Play Nice. Angie will be an important asset on your team! “
—Brigitte K., JD and Author
“Angie approaches every task large or small with detailed analysis and contemplative consideration. She thoughtfully composes the right communication piece for her audience as she is always in tune with their needs. In a short time, Angie has become a dependable sounding board when I’m in need of a thoughtful response, and I always trust her judgement.”
—Debbie O., women’s organization president