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Technical writing includes non-fiction articles for publication ranging from policy-oriented to scientific. It also includes grant research & writing to support the cutting edge work of people making a difference. Use the Contact form below to request a quote for your writing project.
GURU Deborah’s grant writing credentials span decades. She began writing grants for arts organizations in Cincinnati and Chicago ranging from small nonprofits like Dancing with Disabilities to the internationally famous Chicago City Ballet. Her grant writing supported projects such as the National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations, DuPage/Chicago Interfaith Resource Network, and SE Women’s council on Diversity. Need help researching grant opportunities and writing winning grants? Use the form below to get the process moving.
GURU Deborah began her technical writing career in 1969 as a research correspondent at Chemical Bank headquarters in NYC. She has published articles in The American Journal of Community Psychology, The Journal of Public Management & Social Policy, Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, and The Journal of Bermuda Maritime Archeology. As Research Coordinator of the College of Engineering and Computer Science/U. of TN at Chattanooga (CECS), she advised faculty on writing articles for publication. Deborah also taught technical writing, and coached students on technical writing.
Teaching technical writing included sharing my time-proven strategies for giving your readers what they demand and expect. Remember, technical writing is not about self expression. It’s all about clarity for the reader. Use the form below to request help. In the meantime, click on the links below for Deborah’s FREE Technical Writing Tips.
- 10 -Step Plan for Writing a Successful Report
- 8 Common Mistakes in Technical Writing
- Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Initials
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