Stephanie A. Mayberry is a writer living in Charleston, SC, but not always. It wasn't long ago that she made a daring escape from the “cube farm” at a Federal Agency in Washington, DC (after eight very long years) where she worked. as an analyst focusing on disaster response, technical writing, program management, and FOIA.
Recent credits include Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Gratitude, Transitions Magazine (Canadian Publication), Parachute for Mapquest, and Mobile RVing.
She attended Rocky Mountain College in Billings, MT, majoring in Political Science and Philosophy, staying true to her slightly left of center (but quite endearing) personality.
Her unique view of the world allows her to approach a project from unexpected directions, much to the delight of her readers. Her solid grasp of SEO and thorough research are highly valued by her clients as well as her innate ability to breathe life into a brand, giving dimension and perspective to its voice.
Her commitment to provide her clients with unmatched customer service is what keeps them coming back – or it could just be the cookies. Clients love cookies.
If you want a writer who is committed to client satisfaction and will go above and beyond to give you a polished, professional article or blog post, contact Stephanie via the email form below.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
2005 - 2013
Public Affairs Special Projects
Disaster Response & Recovery
Program Management Analyst
Legal, Health, Fitness, Nutrition, Religion,
Education, Pet Care, Families & Parenting
BA Political Science
Articles, blog posts, and marketing materials designed to breathe life into your brand and give your business a strong online presence. Press releases and press kits help generate media interest while brochures, web content, and white papers highlight the strengths and best parts of the organization.
Professional SEO and thoroughly researched content that adds value work together to help sites rank higher in the search engines. Drive traffic to reach out to new prospects and find new customers. New businesses flourish and grow while established companies expand and evolve.
Facebook, Twitter, LinkiedIn, Instagram - social media connects organizations to their customers for an ongoing, relationship-building dialogue. Social media management masters the delicate blend of customer engagement with social promotion.