Professionally written feature articles, blogs, and web content
Feature articles for schools, colleges, and universities, as well as nonprofit organizations and small businesses, focusing on the work of individual centers, programs, and faculty/staff.
Blog posts with the intent to communicate, educate, and inform target audiences.
Web content which engages and speaks directly to the interests of frequent site visitors.
Thorough and professional editing, research and consultations
Editing of feature articles, blog posts, e-books, and web content for length, grammar, and style .
Conducting research and interviewing subjects for feature articles and blog posts.
Consultation with clients regarding tone, message, and audience engagement.
Management of communications pieces in conjunction with social media presence.
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Rebecca Palermo writes feature articles, blog posts, and web content with eloquence, and edits client work with an eye for style and clarity. She challenges herself to listen to the voices of her clients and interview subjects, and to allow those voices to ring out clearly in her writing and editing work.
Rebecca prides herself on listening to who her clients are and what they most need to communicate to their audiences. Whether writing content that will represent a client’s work, or interviewing subjects who are passionate about their own projects, she endeavors to make sure that each voice comes through with clarity and integrity.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Barnard College of Columbia University.
As a bookworm growing up in a small Connecticut town, Rebecca’s early heroes ranged from children’s book authors Madeleine L’Engle and Lewis Carroll to influential novelists Zora Neale Hurston and Virginia Woolf. She admired the power they wielded to tell vivid, captivating stories and dreamed one day of becoming a storyteller herself.
Rebecca held early aspirations of becoming a writer throughout childhood and into her college career at Barnard College of Columbia University in New York City, where the culture of writing and writers flourished around her. She focused on her creative writing after college, and, over the years, built an additional freelance business, writing feature articles, blog posts, and online content for private clientele.
When she’s not writing, Rebecca enjoys cooking without stopping to measure precisely, swimming a poorly executed freestyle, and spending time with her husband and son near their home in Cambridge, MA.