You have the pieces. I'll help you pull them together.

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You have a presentation coming up.

There's a new initiative or product, or you want to share how your firm took on a recent challenge.

It's for an important audience: your investors, a prospective client, your executive team, or for internal training or an upcoming event.

You may have an overall idea for your presentation, an outline or a draft, but you really want to take it up a notch.

The problem is you're short on time or have a backlog of items you need to take care of in addition to your presentation.

And you're not sure you should be developing your own decks in the first place.

Why should you spend time away from what you do best?

Work with an experienced professional who can help you pull together the information you have, revise or edit the content, and develop a deck that is appropriately branded and tells your story in a way your audience will remember.

It takes more than style. It takes understanding the big picture, setting a goal for the presentation, and utilizing marketing and speaking expertise to help you connect with and inspire your audience.

My clients have included healthcare and tech firms, distributors and education organizations, foundations, pharmaceutical, startups and consumer product companies.

They've needed decks for both internal and external audiences, investors, trade events, and training.

When is your next presentation?
What do you want to achieve with it?
How important is this story?
Do you want to level up for this audience?

I can help.

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Code of Conduct Document

Starting with only a Word doc, and working with company's Legal Department, this employee Code of Conduct was developed to collect, in one place, information and links that help staff navigate tricky situations in the workplace.

This was designed to be accessible and easy to navigate, with links to detailed policies and a company intranet, and a list of specific issue/department contacts. Copy was broken up into shorter paragraphs with color-coded chapters and numerous photos to support each topic.

Services: Concept, art direction, design, editing and final files.

Helping you shape your ideas

and present a strong story to key audiences.