Longtime freelance writer Carol Tice created the award-winning Make a Living Writing blog in 2008, and founded the Freelance Writers Den community in 2011. Her byline has appeared in Delta Sky, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Alaska Beyond, Seattle Magazine, Seattle Business, and many more. She’s also created brand journalism/sponsored content for SunTrust Bank, American Express, Dell, VisitSeattle, and more. Carol has coached hundreds of writers to higher earnings over the past 7 years, and has presented more than 25 online training courses.
Jack Appleman, prominent business writing instructor, professor and author of 10 Steps to Successful Business Writing—2nd edition (2018, ATD Press), is driven by the belief that professionals and students can dramatically improve their writing by following straightforward techniques.
His writing workshops, webinars and coaching for organizations including HBO, American Electric Power and Johnson & Johnson have helped thousands of individuals achieve better results from their writing. He has also been interviewed for many top-tier stories about writing and was prominently quoted in a Wall Street Journal article on workplace grammar.
In 2015, Jack received the Charles T. Morgan Award from the Northern New Jersey chapter of the Association for Talent Development for lifetime excellence in corporate training. He earned his B.A. in Communication from Ohio State University and his M.S. in Journalism from Ohio University. He is also studying for his Ph.D. in Organizational Communication at UAlbany, exploring the link between managerial communication and employee engagement.
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