Michele has tackled a wide variety of topics that go way beyond her art education. She enjoys the challenge of presenting difficult topics in such a way that the layperson can understand it. When it comes to researching tough topics, she goes straight to the source, such as the IRS, reads through the material, then breaks it down so it's easy to read.
Michele specializes in active voice with an eye to being persuasive and engaging. She keeps her writing factual and to the point without being dry. Her goal is to bring the reader into the article and keep them interested with the information she provides.
Content types she has written includes: informational pages, white pages, press releases, product descriptions, blog posts, SEO articles of all lengths, and blurbs. Word length has ranged from 70 words all the way up to 2000 and beyond.
She can and has written in all kinds of voices. If the work calls for first, second, third, casual or strictly informational, she does it as requested.
Michele is always making something, whether it be a piece of jewelry, a hat or a garment. For a different side of her, she has spent most of her life working with horses and has done just about everything there is to do with those of the equid persuasion. Other interests are various and capricious, such as being fascinated with income taxes, various aspects of the law across the U.S., and studying the IRS.
Columbia College of Chicago
9/1/1989 – 6/1/1993
Bachelor of Arts
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