I’m a highly detail-oriented and punctual writer – my personal philosophy is “fact-check twice, type once.” I maintain strict deadlines, and always ensure every word has landed true for my client.
I write freelance columns and essays for Maclean’s magazine, a national publication in Canada. My bylines include VICE, The Walrus, The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, Literary Review of Canada, and TVO.
I am the Communication Co-Chair for the BBPA, a nonprofit charitable organization that advocates for equity, opportunity, and excellence in Canada’s Black business community.
I am also the co-founder of TXDL, a free skills development program for youth, which teaches coding and design through video games. Through my work in facilitating skills development for young people in marginalized spaces, I’ve hosted diversity workshops, moderated panels, and delivered keynote addresses. I have also taught financial literacy courses, designing programs to help young families understand and navigate the complex world of financial planning.
In writing, my goals are to cut through jargon, and to help audiences relate to topics of importance. I will make your arcane profession accessible to the average reader.