I earned my Master's Degree in Political Science at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. During my undergraduate days, I earned extra cash by tutoring students in writing at the universityís Writing Center. I also gained valuable hands-on experience in government as an intern on Capitol Hill.
After graduating summa cum laude and qualifying for Phi Beta Kappa, I received a full-tuition fellowship for my graduate studies. A top-notch student, I focused my research on the U.S. Supreme Court and presented a paper on the subject at the annual conference of the Midwest Political Science Association. When I wasn't busy researching and writing papers, I taught and mentored undergraduates, giving me an interest in education that I still hold. After graduation, I attained my New Jersey teacherís certification for K-12 Social Studies.
I then began work as a freelance writer, ghostwriting articles, blog posts and SEO web content. I have written for a wide variety of clients on numerous subjects from pets to politics. An excellent researcher, I dive into every project with enthusiasm, treating clients' interests as if they were my own. My studies in statistics while in college taught me the value of facts and figures, and I endeavor to include these in all of my work. My writing is never boring, however; I insert vitality into even the dullest topics.
When I'm not writing, I scour books and the Internet for writing tips, news on current events and information on the...
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