With more than twenty years of experience, I specialize in writing, editing, copyediting, proofreading, and developing web content for nonprofit, academic, and technology clients. I work with you to organize and clarify your ideas, making them easy to understand without sacrificing complexity. Whether you are creating a toolkit, manual, website, blog, book, or paper, let me help craft your communications.
My services range from simple copyediting and proofreading to substantive editing and writing to full-fledged project management, and I can customize my services to meet the needs of your project. Recent and current clients include the World Health Organization; the International Telecommunication Union; O’Reilly Media; PATH (Seattle, WA); IntraHealth International (Chapel Hill, NC); Carolina Population Center (UNC-Chapel Hill, NC); and DesignCorps (Raleigh, NC). Recent long-term projects include: substantive editing of Public Interest Design Guidebook and Digital Health Solutions Toolkit; crafting communications materials for Digital Square, a digital health technology funder; developing the website, web-based documentation, and social network participation of iHRIS health worker information software, a nonprofit Open Source project; and compiling and editing the Implementation Toolkit for the iHRIS software.
My strengths are: writing, editing, and presenting information in a understandable way; planning, organizing, and managing complex projects; and system analysis and improvement from a user-centered point of view.
Please visit my website at shannonturlington.com for my full resume and additional information about my services.
Years in the field: 21
Years freelancing: 11