How can I help?

I have significant experience in the following areas:

  • Coaching & Freelance Editing
  • School visits
  • Producing personal and corporate histories (ghostwritten or not)
  • Speaking, Emceeing & Interviewing
  • Facilitating panels, workshops, and classes
  • Creating meaningful content for various media
  • Conducting research and analysis for individuals, communities, corporations, and law firms

“In Danielle’s class you get more than theory; you get an inside look at the freelance business from an accomplished writer with real-world experience. Her generous and encouraging teaching style makes you feel that if you take the lessons learned and put in the effort, you, too, can get published.”

Glenn Smith, Writing for Magazines class
(University of Alberta Faculty of Extension)

“Danielle has a gift for getting to the heart of a person’s message and finding the language to present it. She’s passionate about helping you communicate your unique vision. She’s helped me do that beautifully with my soon-to-be-published book. Danielle is smart, curious, compassionate, and kind. Her writing and editing are top notch, she’s a consummate professional and timely with her responses. I highly recommend her!

Elizabeth Barbour, Life and Business Coach (Asheville, North Carolina)

“Danielle learns and adapts to a new team culture quickly. She listened to the needs and concerns of team members, quickly provided a strong assessment of our work, and clearly communicated potential solutions. Most importantly, she writes in a way that reflects and clarifies an organization’s missions and messages. She was a great addition to our team!”

Joel Ralph, Acting Senior Policy and Program Officer, Canada History Fund (Canadian Heritage)

“Thank you so much to you and Allison for your incredible skill and talent and for pouring so much of both into this project. We are so grateful! People LOVED the book and it was an emotional moment for our team to hold them in our hands.”

Jennifer Robeson, Communications Officer for the Centre for Women in Business and “The CWB Way” booklet