Education & Non-Profit Content

Website and blog content; content marketing articles; reading comprehension assessment passages (fiction)

Niches: school policy; school readiness; arts & music education; athletics

 

Clients include:

  • Special Olympics (client of Ogilvy PR). Site content, including personal athlete stories, for Be a Fan capital fundraising campaign.
  • Vernon School Readiness Council. Website consulting and copy for CT school district's K-12 readiness program.
  • Michigan Performing Arts Camp. Website consulting and copy (site and brochure) for summer camp (K-12).

Other projects include a series of flash fiction stories for an educational assessment project helping children to read aloud. (Samples available upon request.)

Past Projects

Links to samples

Summer music camp concert series, SUNY Oneonta: press releases & content

Aftermath of Terror Video Discussion Guide (PDF). Companion piece to educational documentary about diversity concerns in Paterson, NJ after 9/11. Client: MTV and Rock the Vote/Fight For Your Rights campaign.

what clients say

"Kristen is an outstanding copywriter and communications consultant. While at Ogilvy Public Relations, I hired her to overhaul the copywriting for a large, high profile, non-profit organization’s website. All the worst conditions; tight deadline, little stylistic definition, massive amounts of content undeveloped. Kristen took the bull by the horns, collaborated with the client, defined the style and tone, provided research and insights and delivered targeted, effective copywriting. On time, every time. All the while maintaining a great sense of humor and the highest level of professionalism. I will hire her again as soon as the opportunity presents itself. "

— Robert Cooper, Vice President of User Experience, Plateau Systems

"Kristen is brilliant, charming, thoughtful, creative, diligent and a great writer. She cares tremendously about the quality of her work, both in terms of her deliverables and client service. Hire her. I know I will be doing so again and again."
 
— Alison Byrne Fields, Founder and President, Aggregate