17 Aug Carolyn A. Schultz
As a marketing content writer and strategist, I help businesses and nonprofits with proposals, articles, email marketing, websites, and other compelling communications content writing. My approach features personalized service customized for each client from start to finish. Whether you hate writing and marketing–or just don’t have the time–don’t fear: your “write hand” is here!
Why did you choose this particular business/industry?
I love helping mission-driven organizations improve their marketing and communications, resulting in accomplishing their goals–whether it’s winning a new project, reaching new audiences or publishing new content. Writing and marketing are among my favorite activities, and they’re key components of business growth and communications.
Who is your ideal client?
Ideal clients include business and nonprofit leaders who have defined goals–and are willing to explore new methods to reach those goals through better writing, marketing, and communications. In many cases, they’re also looking to get involved in government procurement, bids, and proposals.
What would your clients say about you?
Clients appreciate my creative, collaborative, strategic mindset that results in compelling communications and marketing content. I’m an enthusiastic, hardworking team player with a balance of attention to detail and understanding the big picture necessary for effective marketing and communications customized to achieve each client’s unique goals.
What do you love about your life?
In addition to appreciation and love for my career, I also love spending time with family and friends, and appreciating everything the world has to offer.
Why did you join NAWBO?
Throughout my career, it’s been a priority to help other women through networking, referrals, mentoring, and collaboration. It’s not always easy for qualified women to become leaders in the workforce—so it’s important that we help each other! NAWBO is an awesome organization to meet and help other women business leaders succeed, while learning from each other along the way.