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Wendy Strain - ghostwriter
Who is Wendy and what does she know?
Ghostwriter and Editor
For more than 20 years, Wendy has been writing and editing for newspapers, literary journals, business applications, grant proposals, entrepreneurs, coaches, and individuals in a variety of formats. Six of the books she's ghostwritten have hit Best-Seller status and five are still being used in University-level academic settings.
Awarded Teaching Excellence Award by her students every year of her University-level writing instructor career, Wendy's focus on and off campus remains writing that benefits her students' current and future goals.
Having started 5 of her own businesses and been involved with the start-up and development of numerous others through her work with business incubator groups, Wendy adds the rare talent of a writer who understands the business space.
Content Strategist and Marketer
Deeply passionate about her craft and the success of the businesses she's been involved with, Wendy has also developed, through rea/-world experience and deliberate training, a strong knowledge of marketing techniques and processes that work today - including a BA in Graphic Design to back up her ideas.
Between rush newspaper deadlines, deliver or die grant proposal submission dates, and the sometimes cut-throat business world where getting your materials out on time can mean millions of revenue, Wendy understands the importance of juggling competing priorities while still getting the job done.